Disability access and inclusion community survey

Council is developing a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan that will set out council’s commitment to making council facilities, services and information accessible to everyone.

Council seeks your feedback to assist in the development of its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan.

The Disability Access and Inclusion survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. 

There are several ways you can take part:

  • Complete the following online survey
  • Download a hard copy of the survey
  • Complete the survey over the phone by calling (07) 3205 0555 and request to speak with a Community & Cultural Programs Officer.

If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can contact Council through the National Relay Service. For more information visit the National Relay Service website or call TTY on1800 555 660  

If you require an interpreter, assistance is available through the Translating and Interpreter Service (TIS). Interpreter assistance is available in 160 languages and dialects. To use an interpreter, please phone 131 450. 

For more information call (07) 3205 0555 or email . Survey closes 31 May 2017. 


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Tell us about yourself



 




If you identify as a person with a disability, or are completing the survey on behalf of a person with a disability, please specify the type of disability (as per Disability Discrimination Act 1992):

            

If you identify as a person with a disability, or are completing the survey on behalf of a person with a disability, please specify if you use a disability aid, equipment and/or assistive technology 

            


We want to hear from you

Council is determined to prioritise the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan on areas that are important to you. To help us identify your priorities, please respond to each of the questions in the following three sections: 

  • Getting Around
  • Getting Involved
  • Getting Assistance

Getting around

Getting around council facilities and infrastructure:

Council acknowledges all areas are important. However, for the purpose of this survey, use the arrows provided to rank the options in order of importance to you (1 = most important, 6 = least important).

  1. Being able to access and travel along pedestrian infrastructure including footpaths and kerbs
  2. Being able to access parks, open spaces and playgrounds
  3. Being able to access council facilities
    (Council’s customer service centres, visitor information centres, libraries, galleries, museums, theatres, community centres and sporting facilities)
  4. Being able to access disability parking bays at council community facilities
  5. Being able to access public toilets
  6. Provision of clear, direct and adequate signage and wayfinding

Over the past 12 months how often have you used the Council facilities and infrastructure

Council facility frequency
Council facilities and infrastructure  Frequency

          

          

          

Getting involved

Getting involved in Council events and programs

Council acknowledges all areas listed are of importance. For the purpose of this survey, use the arrows provided to rank the options in order of importance to you (1 = most important, 5 = least important) 

  1. Being able to take part in community events, meetings and activities
    (e.g. concerts and movies in the park)
  2. Being able to take part in sport and recreation programs
    (e.g. Older & Bolder and Active holiday programs)
  3. Being able to take part in library programs
    (e.g. children, teenagers and adult workshops)
  4. Being able to experience and take part in gallery and museum exhibitions and programs
  5. Being able to take part in environment education programs
    (e.g. Bushcare and Environmental adventures)

Over the past 12 months how often have you participated in the events and programs: 

Council event frequency
Council events and programs Frequency

(e.g. Movie in the park)

(e.g. Older and Bolder)

(e.g Robotic workshops)

          

          

 

Getting assistance

Getting assistance from Council’s information and customer services. 

Council acknowledges all areas listed are of importance. For the purpose of this survey, use the arrows provided to rank the options in order of importance to you (1 = most important, 5 = least important): 

  1. Being able to easily access information, resources and services via council’s website
  2. Being able to easily access information, resources and services via council’s printed communication
  3. Receiving timely and up to date alerts and information regarding natural disasters and emergency relief
  4. Council staff respond to my enquiries in a timely and friendly manner taking my individual requirements into consideration
  5. Being able to easily provide feedback on council facilities, services and information and communication systems that affect me

 Over the past 12 months how often have you: 

Council assistance frequency
Council assistance Frequency


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Stay informed

Please provide your contact details if you would like to be kept informed about the progress  of the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, further community consultation and opportunities.

 

Privacy statement
Moreton Bay Regional Council is collecting your personal information for the purposes of of informing the development of the Council’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, providing you with updates about the Plan and inviting you to participate in future consultations. The collection of this information is authorised under the Local Government Act 2009. Some of the information may be provided to a consultant engaged by council for the purpose of contacting you in relation to future consultations. Your information will not be given to any other person or agency unless you have given us permission or we are required to by law. For more information, see Council's Information Privacy Plan.

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