26 October 2021
A new Access Survey will give disabled people and their families the chance to share their experiences, insights and feedback on how accessible Britain is. The survey is now open for responses hereOpens in new window
Now in its 7th year, the Euan’s Guide Access Survey is the largest and longest running survey of its kind and is being supported by Motability Operations for the first time this year.
With all the changes in the post-lockdown world, capturing the views of disabled people on how accessibility has changed, has never been more important and we are pleased to be supporting Euan’s Guide to do this. The data gathered will be used to provide a picture of disabled access in the UK and importantly, to find out if access is getting better or worse.
Delia Ray, Motability Operations’ Head of Marketing, commented on the partnership:
“We’re pleased to be working with Euan’s Guide to give our customers the chance to share their views on how accessible they find daily life. Since lockdown restrictions have eased, we all want to get out safely and having reliable accessibility information builds confidence and helps everyone to enjoy the benefits of getting out and about. We hope our customers will share their thoughts and feedback to ensure that accessibility continues to be a priority for venues across the UK.”
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