Rural Personal Assistance Project

Are you a rural person with a disability who receives personal assistance services in your home?

The University of Montana is conducting a study on rural personal assistance services, and are looking for people in Ohio to be interviewed over the phone or via video chat.

If you decide to participate in this project, you will: Complete a one-on-one interview (which will last about 1 hour), and receive $30 for your time.

Contact Rayna Sage: (406) 243-5233 or ruralPAS@mso.umt.edu

More Information: https://www.umt.edu/rural-institute/rtc/get-involved/rural-pas-project.php

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