I tried to have a go at starting the online version of the census form today. First you have to log in with your 16-character code, then you start answering questions - as far as I've gone, only one question per webpage, then you click on the Save and Continue button, then on to the next question, and so on ... I didn't notice any indication of what percentage of the survey I'd already done, but perhaps that's not practical if your answers to early questions dictate how many questions you end up answering.
What I wanted to ask is, how practical is this format for people with a variety of disabilities? You're obliged by law to fill the census in if you're the householder for the property. Is just working page-by-page like this, possibly with no indication of how many pages are still to come, a viable method with your disability/condition(s)? I know you can request a paper copy of the census if you need one, but what I *would* have expected to see on the website, but couldn't find anywhere, was some sort of overview of the entire questionnaire so that you could see everything you were going to be asked in one place before you actually started to answer it - I can imagine that might be important for people with a number of conditions. Perhaps I'm getting concerned over nothing, or is the format of the census ill thought-out with regard to people with disabilities? Do let me know.