ASMR Project looking for participants with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD)

Concrete Youth is a theatre company in the UK, providing multi-sensory theatre and education for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD).

Starting today, they are accepting registrations for their ASMR research project from caretakers, and teachers of individuals with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

More details and a registration link follow.

Here is their announcement and request:

We’re looking for schools, care settings, respite programmes and families across the UK, that care for a person with profound and multiple learning disabilities to work with us on our ASMR project.

Participants will work with us on our research and development project later this year to explore autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) as new sensory experience for people with PMLD.

You will receive sample tracks, videos, recordings and more. You will be asked to listen to/watch them with the person(s) you care for and feedback to us for our research.

Interested? Pop your details below [use link below], and we’ll be in touch later in the year!

Please note, this research group is limited only to people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

We will continue to accept registrations from people with PMLD until July.

If you know someone eligible to participate, or to learn more about this project, use the link below.

Link to register or for more information:  https://www.concreteyouth.co.uk/theasmrproject (accepting registrants until July 2021)

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