Surveys & Consultations

It may not always be possible for you to attend an event or to give your views in person, but you can have your say by taking part in our on-line surveys or local consultations which you will find linked below.

Current Open Surveys

The Cabinet Office Disability Unit has launched the UK Disability Survey: 

https://disabilityunit.citizenspace.com/cabinet-office/ukdisabilitysurvey/.

“We want to hear from as many people as possible. We are particularly keen to hear from disabled people, their carers, friends and family; but views from the wider public are also very welcome. The survey will remain open until 23 April. All views will be used to shape the delivery of the plans we set out in the forthcoming Strategy, with those that we receive by 13 February informing the development of the Strategy.

We’ve tried to make sure the survey, which is hosted on Citizen Space, as accessible as possible. It is available in Easy Read and BSL. Written responses can be sent to: DUCitizenspace@cabinetoffice.gov.uk. A braille version is available on request and blind or partially sighted people who are having difficulty filling in the online survey can email RNIB for advice or support at: campaigns@rnib.org.uk.”


Past Survey Results

NDC Pathway Survey February 2021

 
We would like to thank everyone that completed the NDC Pathway survey. We have 104 responses! The NDC Pathway is the diagnositic pathway for ASD/ADHD among other Neuro conditions. Please see below for the link to see the results of the survey. The areas that need improving are very clear, and we look forward to working with the Clinical Commissioning Group, who commission the service, and updating you on our progress as soon as possible.

https://swindonsendfamiliesvoice.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Feb-2021-NDC-Pathway-Survey.pptx

 

June 2020 Results of the Covid-19 Impact Survey

We had 240 responses to our survey. The results have been shared with the Head of SEND and the Director of Children’s Services at Swindon Borough Council. We are working together with them to discuss where issues have occurred and how to help with your concerns for the future, including respite care, support with home schooling and schools reopening in September. We will be updating you on any actions that are taken as a result of this survey and we thank all you who participated.

June 2020 Covid-19 Impact Survey

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