Accessibility

I carry out experiments in the Language Sciences building at UCL (Chandler House) and the Education, Communication and Language Sciences (King George VI) building at Newcastle.

I want all participants and collaborators to feel welcome and as comfortable as possible. You can ask me for any help or assistance you need and I will do my best to provide it. Below is some information that may help you decide where to take part in experiments or if you need to request additional help accessing the buildings in which I work.

General

You will be seated for the duration of the experiment. We will ask you if you need a break at regular intervals. You can also tell us you need a break at any time. We will provide water for you. Snacks are generally not allowed in the recording booths but you can eat them outside.

Chandler House, UCL

There is comprehensive access information for this location here: https://www.disabledgo.com/access-guide/ucl/chandler-house

There is step-free access from the street to the testing rooms. The recording booth is wheelchair accessible.

One of our team members will meet you at Reception and show you where to go.

You will need to tell Reception your name and that you are there to see me, Sophie Meekings. You can write this information down if you want.

There is a disabled toilet with baby changing facilities on every floor. All the toilets are unisex/gender neutral.

The nearest Changing Places toilet is 0.4 miles away at Great Ormond Street Hospital: http://changingplaces.uktoiletmap.org/toilet/view/269

King George VI Building, Newcastle

There is step-free access from the street to the testing room but the recording booth is not wheelchair accessible. There is one step between the main testing room and the recording booth. The recording booth is not big enough for a wheelchair.

You don’t need to sign in at Reception. One of our team will meet you in the lobby and show you where to go.

There is a unisex/gender neutral disabled toilet with baby changing facilities. All other toilets are gender-segregated.

The nearest Changing Places toilet is 0.3 miles away in the Daysh Building:  http://changingplaces.uktoiletmap.org/toilet/view/940

or 0.4 miles away in Eldon Square shopping centre: http://changingplaces.uktoiletmap.org/toilet/view/209

If there is any other information that you think might be helpful for me to provide, please let me know.