Calderdale Accessibility Survey – have your say!

Accessibility is about being able to get to the services and support you need when you need them most. This includes day-to-day shopping, healthcare, social & leisure activities, transport and also online services and information.

We would like to know what you think about accessibility in Calderdale and any specific problems you may be experiencing.

Calderdale Forum 50 Plus is represented on Calderdale Council’s Ageing Well Board and our findings from this survey will be made available to board members, so please tell us your views.

This survey takes about ten minutes to complete and we do not ask for any personal details.

Calderdale Accessibility Survey

How easy or difficult is it to get to and from the shops for your food shopping and other essential shopping (pharmacy etc)

How easy or difficult is it for you to access healthcare including GP appointments, dentist and other healthcare services? Note this question is about physical access/transport to and from venues and access inside buildings, rather than availability of appointments.

How easy or difficult is it for you to access social & leisure activities, parks and rural areas?

How do you usually get about?

Which of the following accessibility issues cause you most concern? (you can tick more than one)

Would you describe yourself as having any of these issues or concerns?

How easy or difficult is it for you to access information and services online?

Please tell us about any specific accessibility issues you have or places which are difficult for you to visit or access in Calderdale?

Do you have any specific accessibility requirements that you would like to tell us about?

Where in Calderdale do you live?

How do you usually access the Internet?

 

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