Disabled people, carers and charities are being asked to give their views to help shape the Government’s strategy on issues affecting them.
Ministers said the experiences of disabled people will help determine the Prime Minister’s upcoming national strategy for disabled people.
A survey will be based on what disability organisations have said needs addressing, covering issues such as employment opportunities and access to public services.
Disabled people will also be asked to share their experiences of discrimination and abuse.
Minister for Disabled People Justin Tomlinson said: “Understanding people’s real experiences of living with a disability and their views on what needs to change are essential if we are to truly change the landscape for disabled people.
“By taking part in this survey people everywhere can help shape our national strategy, ensuring that the interests of disabled people are front and centre as we build back better.”
From: The Disability Unit in the Cabinet Office
The survey can be found directly at: disabilityunit.citizenspace.com