Survey for people with learning disabilities who live in Scotland
How’s life? is a survey to find out about the lives of people with learning disabilities living in Scotland.
A survey is a list of questions.
If you have a learning disability and live in Scotland we want you to take part.
This is a chance for you to have your say about important things in your life.
You have to be 16 or older to take part.
If you want to take part please answer the questions that come with this information sheet.
The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) is doing this survey.
We are doing it to understand how people with learning disabilities feel about their lives.
We hope hundreds of people will answer the survey questions.
We are working with all these organisations:
What will happen to the information I give?
We will use the answers you give to write a report about the lives of people with learning disabilities.
We will use the report to help make life better for people with learning disabilities.
The information you give us will be kept by SCLD.
We will keep it safe.
SCLD will not share your survey answers with anyone.
Your personal information will not go in the report.
No one will be able to tell who you are from reading the report.
How do I take part?
If you want to take part please tick the answers you want to give. There is a space at the end of each section to tell us more if you want.
If you need help to fill it in you can ask someone you know for help.
Do not worry about getting the answers wrong.
We are interested in what you think.
If you start the survey and change your mind you do not have to finish it. You can skip questions you don’t want to answer.
If you do not understand what to do you can phone Ruth Callander at SCLD for advice – 0141 248 3733