‘Do you need a designer?’

Centring co-researchers as designers and makers from Reimagining TAS with DYP

robot cat
robot cat

As we come to the end of our project, we reflect on some of the big questions relating to TAS and their place in the lives of disabled young people. Namely, the co-production and makerspace methods that we have adopted have reframed these questions and considerations. Read more here

Robot reading books

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