Hannah Morgan is a Lecturer in Disability Studies in the Department of Sociology at Lancaster University where she teaches on the qualifying social work programmes. She is a co-director of the Centre for Disability Research (CeDR) and organises the bi-annual Lancaster Disability Studies Conference. She is a member of the editorial board of the international journal Disability & Society and also the book reviews editor. Hannah's research interests include the experiences of disabled people who use adult social care services, the impact of welfare reform and austerity on disabled people, the disabled people's movement and social work practice with disabled people.
Hannah Morgan reflects on a literature review of empirical evidence and wider social research, which seeks to place the abuse of people with learning disabilities in a broader cultural context.[read the full story...]
Hannah Morgan discusses research looking at how the various people using community rehabilitation services view disability and service use and reflects on how disability studies needs to contribute to health and social care education.[read the full story...]
Hannah Morgan examines a study on social care for disabled men living with long term conditions and discovers the importance of agency, choice and control.[read the full story...]
Hannah Morgan assesses a study on parents’ experience of support for transition to adulthood for children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions and finds that although they want to support their children, they themselves are not always supported by services.[read the full story...]
Hannah Morgan examines a secondary analysis of the UK Life Opportunities Survey which explores disabled people’s experiences of violent and hate crime.[read the full story...]
Hannah Morgan from the Centre for Disability Research at Lancaster University takes a critical look at a Swedish study on leisure and people with learning disabilities and discusses what the findings mean for the UK context.[read the full story...]