Emergency Preparedness Survey of People with Disability

This study aims to survey how prepared people are for an emergency situation such as pandemic, bushfire, flood etc, and to understand what people can do for themselves and what supports they need in an emergency situation. The information you provide will help to find ways to assist people with disability to prepare for, respond to and recover from an emergency event.

This survey should take about 20 – 30 minutes and is entirely voluntary.

Your answers to the survey questions will be kept strictly confidential and no personally identifiable information will be shared publicly. You can skip any questions you don’t want to answer, and you may discontinue participation at any time.

Go to survey (off-site)
Author:
Centre for Disability, Research and Policy

Source:
University of Sydney

Date published:
Mon 12th Oct, 2020