Reid, who won long jump silver at London 2012 after winning 200m bronze at Beijing 2008, will be one of the first athletes to compete as disability events feature for the first time in its 25-year history.
It will also be Reid's first-ever indoor competition when she takes to the Emirates Arena, and she admits she can't wait to get going.
She said: "I've never done an indoor season, so it's something new to me. It's quite nice because there's no wind to contend with, which makes it that little bit easier.
"I prepared well for the meet and I don't like losing, this is a chance to get back into competition and will help in fuel the fire and motivation, and remember why I’m training these long hours. It will be fun, but I never show up without the intention to win.
"I’m really excited at the prospect of competing in Glasgow, it speaks volumes for what London 2012 achieved. For me I don’t think it's about integration, it’s about the idea of respect and part of it is public movement.
"We have to realise that Paralympic movement is evolving and professionalising, it's not quite where it needs to be yet, but it's getting there. The more people that see and understand what we do, that will naturally happen."
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