Fourth round of survey now open
We want to know about the issues and risks being experienced by disabled people and their whānau/families in the COVID-19 environment.
It is also important to hear from service providers and others in the disability sector. This will help us understand which issues require more work. It will also help us understand which issues are being managed effectively and the progress being made.
The survey will run from Tuesday 30 June until Monday 13 July inclusive.
Afterwards, we will analyse the results, and report them to government agencies, disability organisations and the Minister for Disability Issues.
We want to understand where progress is being made and where more action is required.
What is covered in the survey
Questions in this survey cover different topics, including information, safety, and how you are going. Some of these questions may bring up difficult feelings or thoughts, so we have provided links to information about these issues at the end of the survey.
If you are having trouble with the survey links please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Privacy and confidentiality
Your results will be treated in confidence. As we report the information, consistent with the Privacy Act, we will make sure no one person or their information is able to be identified. You may choose not to provide your name or organisation.
If you would like to hear about the results of the survey please provide us with your contact information or follow us on social media to keep updated.
- How is life going for the disability community? - Standard-Disabled People /Whānau
- How is life going for the disability community? - Standard-Service providers
- How is life going for the disability community? - Easy Read
- How is life going for the disability community? - NZSL-Disabled people/ whānau
- How is life going for the disability community? - NZSL-service providers
Thank you to the Disabled People’s Organisations (DPO) Coalition; IHC Advocacy; CCS Disability Action; the New Zealand Disability Network (NZDSN) and government officials who have worked quickly to provide feedback on the survey’s development.
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