Offaly Disability Equality Network launch online survey for all adults with disabilities

Offaly Disability Equality Network (ODEN) is asking disabled people and people with long term conditions who live in Offaly to tell them about their experience of access and being part of the community in Offaly.

The survey is now open and will be open for the month of July.

The survey results will be published in a report and will inform the organisation's work and campaigns over the next 2 years.

Responses to the survey are anonymous and only for the Offaly Disability Equality Network.

The survey should take about eight to ten minutes to complete.

You can access the survey by visiting this link

Some people may need help to complete the survey. If needed, please support a family member or person you support to complete the survey. This easy-to-read survey was checked by members of the Rehabcare Canal View Advocacy Committee and Muiriosa Advocacy Committee, Tullamore.

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

ODEN is a network of disabled people, disability and educational services, public services, NGOs and business and arts communities in Offaly. ODEN is working to identify barriers and campaigning for better accessibility and inclusion for disabled people in Offaly.