You’re off to a wonderful start by mentioning payment upfront
I’ll share this post in my circles. Can you suggest how people can respond without signing up for this forum? (Email?)
Also, small thing that I only say aloud bc it’s very commonly missed: maybe it’s different elsewhere, but in Canada, I know it’s a common little slip for allies to use the term “disabled people”. The preference within that community is “people with disabilities”, as it centres the disability as one aspect of their identity, but with a person at the middle (who may define themselves in other ways). This rule of thumb generally applies across the board for many marginalized groups, e.g. “people experiencing homelessness”, not “homeless people”, etc etc
Source: Organizing a inclusive civic hacknight every week for a few years, where we socialize these values often, as we have participants and organizers from these experiences.
Deque and Inclusive Design Research Centre would be some of my trusted sources for seeking support or finding people.