Rick Hansen Foundation Survey

June 30, 2020

Organizations need to be prepared for their employees to safely return to the physical workplace and visitors to re-enter their spaces including shops and community and public spaces, as the economy reopens and businesses follow suit, post COVID-19 shut down. The Rick Hansen Foundation is conducting a survey on how organizations re-open their facilities with the safety, health and accessibility needs of persons with disabilities in mind.

Including the voices of those with lived experience is important to us. The survey will focus on how new COVID-19 safety restrictions are impacting your ability to live, work, learn, and play, and will take approximately 30 minutes. You have the option to respond to the survey via telephone, email, or text. If you’re a person with a physical disability over the age of 18 and living in Canada or an adult with a child or family member with a physical disability in your household, we hope you will participate in this important study. Please share this opportunity with your networks.

Yes I will participate

Your individual responses will remain confidential and will not be associated with you personally. The aggregate survey findings will be made public but will not be associated with specific names.

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Over 6 million Canadian adults are living with a disability. Ensuring the places we live, work, learn and play are accessible is critically important for safety and in ensuring people of all abilities can contribute and participate.