UK Access Survey returns to assess what’s changed another year on

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The Access Survey has returned for 2019 to find out what has changed in the last 12 months.

Ran by Euan’s Guide and in partnership with Disabled Access Day, the annual survey aims to give an insight into what disabled people think of access provision in public spaces and places.

The survey is open to disabled people, family and friends as well as individuals who work in the industry, such as carers or healthcare professionals.

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Last year, over 900 people got involved to share their views.

Euan’s Guide is carried out online between October and December and aims to enable anyone with a vested interest in disabled access to have a say.

Now in its sixth year, questions include how confident people are in visiting new places, what action they take if a venue has not shared its disabled access information, and what they do after visiting somewhere with good disabled access.

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