The Access Survey
Take the Access Survey 2018!
Together with Disabled Access Day, we’re asking twenty short questions about what’s good and not so good about access at the places you visit. By taking part in this survey, you’ll be joining hundreds of other disabled people in having their say about access provision in the UK and beyond!
As a thank you for sharing your views with us, we’re also giving four lucky respondents a £25 Amazon voucher to spend! Winners will be contacted by email after the survey closes.
What happened in 2017?
Thanks to everybody who took part in The Access Survey 2017! The report is now available to download:
Euan MacDonald, co-founder of Euan’s Guide said:
“Euan’s Guide is all about sharing, and it was fantastic to have over seven-hundred disabled people, their families, friends and carers join in by sharing their thoughts and experiences in The Access Survey 2017. The opinions expressed in this survey will help to raise awareness and improve understanding of accessibility, and I am hopeful that future surveys will show positive trends and improvements among venues and the confidence that disabled people have in visiting them.”
Paul Ralph, founder Of Disabled Access Day said:
“Disabled Access Day is all about trying something new in a spirit of fun, cooperation and safety. The chance to feel confident that venues places and spaces have thought about the experience as a disabled visitor. The Access Survey is a great tool in helping those venues and places understand what is important for their disabled visitors and in providing a warm welcome for everyone.”