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    Join DLF’s Volunteer Panel - share your thoughts and opinions

    Join DLF’s Volunteer Panel - share your thoughts and opinions on a range of Disabled Living Foundation’s (DLF) services

    We are looking for volunteers to join our Panel to help us test and develop our products.

    This could involve anything from reading through content, like a new factsheet for example, or supplying feedback on webpages and functionality.

    Your feedback will go towards helping us improve the user experience for visitors to our websites.

    User testing could be carried out on any of our websites including:

    • Youreable
    • Living Made Easy
    • AskSARA


    Joining as a volunteer

    To register your interest in joining the panel, please contact Youreable.Forum@dlf.org.uk

    If and when a product requires feedback or testing, we will contact you by email to see if you are interested in participating. If you agree to take part you will be sent instructions and information on what is required and a short feedback form that will need to be completed and returned.

    Testing could take anything from a few minutes to an hour or two - no travel is required, all you need is access to a computer.

    When completing a feedback form remember there are no right or wrong answers - it’s the website that is being tested; we are interested in your thoughts and opinions.

    By volunteering to join our panel you can expect the following:

    • Feedback will be used by DLF to help improve its products and services. We may occasionally publish a selection of feedback comments on our websites or publicity literature – this could include a name (i.e initials and/or a surname). Volunteers will be given to option to request that their feedback and name are not published
    • All information passed to DLF will be filed securely and safely. We will store your email address for the purpose of contacting you about user testing. Personal details will not be divulged to any third parties.
    • You will have complete flexibility as to the amount of time and level of involvement you offer: if you should be contacted by DLF you are not obliged to participate. You can opt out of the Panel at any time by contacting us.

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    My husband cannot stand for long, as pain in left foot was diagnosed as tendonitis. The Unemployment Officer recommended he claim PIP, but looking at the necessary medical requirements for claiming this benefit he thinks would not succeed. He is not skilled in any particular job and has always been employed in manual employment, mainly standing up jobs. He left his last job as a kitchen porter which required standing for long periods of time. He is 62 years old and can only walk for about 1 minute then he starts limping. Could he claim any other benefit other than ESA until he retires.

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