The DWP have said they are beginning a piece of work to look in detail at Access to Work and how it can be improved for their customers. (This could include people who use AtW, people who want to use AtW, employers, interpreters, etc.)
So they would like you to tell them about your experience of AtW, good and bad, to help them decide where to focus making improvements.
It is always useful to have real feedback from you, to make sure that they identify the most important things. So DeafATW has offered to help collect your feedback, and send it to them.
Because we know you’re busy, DeafATW has created a really, really short survey. Just three questions. And we don’t need the whole story, just a short explanation. If AtW want more information, then we can email you to ask if you can tell them more.
If you’d prefer to answer in BSL, contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org), and we can arrange to Skype or FaceTime. You can see the survey questions in BSL on http://www.deafatw.com/updates.html or below via YouTube:
Please answer by Thursday 9th February, as DeafATW will send the report to DWP Friday 10th February.
This is the link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/DeafATW
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