Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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Planning days out

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harrymackenzie
harrymackenzie Community member Posts: 2 Listener
Hello everyone, I'm doing my final year project at the University of Bristol and I'm looking into the problems encountered by people with disabilities on a daily basis when leaving the house, and that includes difficulties faced by parents and carers too.
We'd want to provide a platform for the community to share experiences and advice with one another regarding the accessibility of places you may wish to visit (cafes, restaurants, museums, etc..) and hopefully remove some of the anxiety of trying somewhere new. 
It would be so great if you could please fill out a short survey so that the service could be more tailored to what you want. Also any comments or questions below are very welcome!
https://goo.gl/forms/e4N6ZnfKgH8WTrz32 
Thank you and have a good day

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