Help us hear the experiences of people with learning disabilities: take our social worker survey



What barriers are people with learning disabilities, and/or autism experiencing in accessing services and devices? 

At a time where we’re connecting more and more through technology, this question has never been more important. 

Working together with Lancashire County Council (LCC) we’re sharing a series of surveys to help us answer this question. And we’re asking for your help. 

Do you have a few minutes to share your thoughts? A few minutes to help ensure the experiences of those in need are heard.

This survey is for Social Workers based in Lancashire, who offer support to people with learning disabilities and/or autism. 

The focus for this research is whether people with learning disabilities and/or autism have equal access to technological hardware (devices such as smartphones) and software (Apps such as Facebook or games).

By completing the survey you will be helping us to understand the current challenges and to plan for improvements in the future. 

If you have a few minutes, please fill in the survey by Friday the 4th of December.


This survey is part of a collaborative piece of exploratory work, which aims to inform future planning in this area. 

As well as this email, LCC have produced a cover letter to explain the function of the survey. Take a look at the letter below.