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Looking to connect with someone who suffers with Sensory Overload
  • Connor21
    Posts: 2
    Hi there,

    I’m searching for someone who suffers with sensory overload and would be willing to talk freely/answer a few short questions. All would be kept anonymous. I’m a student from a uk university looking to gain insight into sensory overload and being able to connect with someone who suffers from this as part of any condition would be greatly appreciated in my work.

    I would like to stay connected between the period 4/11/19 - 4/12/19. I can ensure that it will take up the least amount of time possible and there is very little work on your half needed. I hope to hear back from someone very soon !

    Many Thanks,
    Connor
  • RhanHRhanH
    Posts: 1,138
    Hi Connor,

    It might help if you were able to share perhaps an email address where people could contact you away from the forum and also if you could let us have a few more details about the university you are part of and how this will help your work? Are you writing a thesis, undertaking research, etc.

    Many thanks.
  • Connor21
    Posts: 2
    Hello,

    Yes I can be contacted at designbyconnor@gmail.com

    Of course. I am part of a London university where I study design. The ongoing project involves looking at ways to help people who suffer from sensory overload. Therefore my project involves developing a product, which is why user feedback is crucial throughout the design process. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Many Thanks,
    Connor

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