Study on the Pregnancy Experiences of People Living with Disabilities in Ontario

Researchers at the University of Toronto are doing a study to learn about the experiences of people living with disabilities when they are pregnant and having a baby.  The study is inclusive of anyone who has experienced pregnancy and birth, including trans and non-binary people.

With regard to disability, the study will include people who identify as having or living with a physical, sensory, intellectual and/or developmental disability (or a combination of these), such as a disability that limits mobility, flexibility, dexterity, sight, hearing, and/or cognitive ability. Disabilities can be genetic or acquired, episodic or chronic, progressive or stable, visible or invisible. People do not need to have an official diagnosis to participate.

You can read more about the study here.

Those interested in participating should contact the Study Coordinator, Lesley:
by telephone at 647-601-4519;
or by email at