Offaly Disability Equality Network (ODEN) Accessible Offaly Survey – for adults with disabilities and long-lasting conditions living in Offaly.

Have Your Say.

ODEN is working to identify barriers to accessibility and inclusion in communities in Offaly.

ODEN is asking disabled people to tell us about your experience of access and being part of the community in Offaly. This survey should take about 8 – 10 minutes to complete. Some people may need help to complete the survey. Some people communicate differently.  If needed, please support a family member or person you support to complete the survey.

You can complete the survey at this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6KT7FHF

Please share this survey with anyone you think may be interested.

You can read the Easy to Read Flyer here: ODEN Accessible Offaly Survey – Easy to read

Thank you for taking part.

Thank you for supporting people to take part.

 

Offaly Disability Equality Network (ODEN) Members:

Anam Beo, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, Employability Midlands, Epilepsy Ireland, An Garda Siochana, Inclusion Ireland, Independent Living Movement Ireland, Laois Offaly Education & Training Board, Muiriosa, MS Ireland, National Learning Network, Offaly Centre for Independent Living, Offaly Local Development Company, Offaly Public Participation Network, Rehabcare, Tullamore Chamber.

The ODEN Accessible Offaly Project is funded by Offaly County Council through the Disability Participation and Awareness Fund 2021.

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