The UK’s longest running access survey gives disabled people an opportunity to have their say on disabled access and the cost-of-living crisis.
Disabled access charity Euan’s Guide is asking anyone who has ever had to consider disabled access and the cost-of-living crisis to share their opinions.
The award-winning charity has teamed up with Motability Operations to ask people about their experiences.
This is the ninth survey and covers topics such as toilets, parking and general disabled access, as well as the cost-of-living crisis for the second year.
The results will support Euan’s Guide in its mission to improve accessibility and shape its work around highlighting the opinions and experiences of disabled people.
Euan’s Guide was founded in 2013 by Euan MacDonald MBE, a powerchair user, and his sister Kiki after Euan was diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease in 2003.
They found that a lack of disabled access made everyday experiences stressful, and they soon learned that other disabled people faced the same challenges, so they set up EuansGuide.com as a place for disabled people to find and share disabled access information.
The survey can be found online at www.EuansGuide.com/AccessSurvey and there’s more information in the current edition of Living with Disability.
The survey closes on Friday, December 8.