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Have your say on the new National Strategy for Disabled People survey

With only nine days left to complete the government’s National Strategy for Disabled People survey, have you had your say yet?

According to Gov.uk, the strategy aims to identify the practical changes needed to help disabled people participate fully in society.

Placing fairness “at the heart” of their work, they say they’re committed to levelling up opportunities to make sure everyone has an equal chance at reaching their full potential.

Split into two stages, the first part involves a survey asking to hear your views on what you’d like the new strategy to look like.

This section will close on Sunday 28 February, with the resulting strategy due to be released mid-spring.

The second stage will also ask for your feedback, but instead of shaping the contents of the strategy, your comments will instead be helping to guide how the strategy will be delivered.

This stage will close on Friday 23 April.

If you’d like to have your say on the shape of future government policies, share your thoughts on the survey before it closes next week.

To learn more about the survey or to complete it now, click here.


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