As the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic continues to impact all of our lives, two organisations are looking for the views of disabled people in Scotland during this time.

The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) and Inclusion Scotland are looking to find out what barriers disabled people are facing and what positive experiences they have had during this time. The purpose of these surveys is to find out what is happening to disabled people and find out what changes they might need.

This information will be used to inform key decision-makers of what changes need to be made for disabled people during this time. These surveys aim to inform them of what is needed to help people with disabilities and their families and supporters not only stay safe, but also look after their wellbeing during the Coronavirus emergency.


Complete the surveys below:

Inclusion Scotland

Inclusion Scotland – Covid-19 – the impact on disabled people in Scotland survey.

This survey is also available in plain text and easy read formats. Please download your preferred version and return by e-mail to info@inclusionscotland.org

Plain text version Covid-19 – the impact on disabled people in Scotland survey (Word doc)
Easy Read Covid-19 – the impact on disabled people in Scotland survey (PDF)
Easy Read Covid-19 – the impact on disabled people in Scotland survey (Word doc)

 

SCLD

Survey for people with a learning disability.
Survey for parents, carers and supporters.
Survey in video format.

You can also give your feedback to SCLD by calling 0141 248 3733 and asking to speak to Catriona, Andy or Oonagh.