Redbridge Council invites disabled residents to help improve its services

PUBLISHED: 15:07 23 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:07 23 August 2017

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Redbridge Council is reviewing how it delivers services and is inviting disabled residents and their carers to take part in a survey.

The focus is on the way services are delivered and how people access them, rather than on what is provided now and responses will shape the design of future services.

This will address barriers and challenges faced by residents - including those who do not have internet access.

If you would like to take part, the council has created an eight to 10 minute survey which can be taken online or over the phone.

A council spokesman said: “We’re asking questions like what difficulties do people face when contacting the council and what sort of things might help if you do not have internet access at home.

“It may take some time for suggestions to be implemented, please bear with us while we review all the responses and take them into consideration.”

The closing date for this survey is Monday, September 11,

Personal details provided will not be shared with third parties other than the Royal National Institute Of Blind Peopl.

Call 020 8554 5000 or click here to take the survey.

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