Are you 18-35 living with long-term health conditions and/or disability?

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A dark skinned wheelchair user with long hair and a beanie sits at a small table, using their laptop to participate in a video meeting. The laptop screen is shown to their right, with the call being live captioned. The main speaker is a dark skinned person wearing a hijab and glasses, and 3 other participants are at the bottom of the screen, in smaller windows. In the bottom right corner, a yellow service dog bounds towards the wheelchair user.

We're on a mission to create more empowering ways for young adults with lived experience of chronic illness and disability to have your voices heard on accessibility and inclusion. 

We are a growing community and we are demanding change. We want to connect you with public services and brands and we want you to get paid for sharing your insights.

We are early in our journey, but we've got big ambitions! If this sounds like your kind of thing then we'd love you to join us.

What are we doing?

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We're not just going to wait for organisations and brands to come to us. We're going to go to them. Demanding change with your voice at the centre.

Help shape our agenda for change

Support Radical Access 

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We are not just any old user research organisation. We come from lived experience and allyship ourselves. We want to work with you to crowdsource expertise on all things access. 

Join the community 

Contribute to Soda as we grow

Be the first to hear about flexible, paid opportunities

Get paid for your insights

You could help transform the NHS through service design, change the way a public space is set up, or how a brand develops products.

What's in it for you?

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Soda empowers people who are chronically ill and disabled to transform the way products and services are designed.

Who are we?

Hello! We are Alex, Charli and Oli.

Find out more about us

Want to get in touch?

The illustration at the top of the page is by “Dana Chan for Disabled And Here.” It was sourced graciously from Disabled And Here and lightly added to by us with some animated shapes. 

The Disabled And Here collection is published under Creative Commons attribution licensing, which means you can use, share, and adapt the images for free with appropriate credit.

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