Serena MacLeod is a Trainee Sport and Exercise Psychologist, researcher and inclusive advocate who provides sport and exercise psychology support to individuals of all abilities. As part of her research through the University of Roehampton, she is looking to recruit individuals with acquired disabilities (e.g. via spinal cord injury, amputee, stroke), who have been discharged from rehabilitation within the last six months. Participation consists of one 45 minute virtual interview, to discuss the barriers and facilitators of engaging in physical activity post-rehabilitation.
The aim of this research is to create a community-based physical activity, based on the findings of the interviews, to bridge the gap between discharge from rehabilitation and engaging in long term physical activity. If you feel you are appropriate to participate in this study, please contact Serena directly: firstname.lastname@example.org