When a setting makes it hard for someone with a mental or physical condition or chronic illness to participate, we refer to the person as "disabled" or "a person/people with disabilities."
1. Can you think of a place in your own life where buildings, information, equipment, schedules, attitudes, technology and ways of doing things create barriers for people with disabilities?
2. How recently have you experienced any of the following?
Talked with another person about barriers people with disabilities face:
Buildings, information, equipment, schedules, attitudes, technology and ways of doing things created barriers for you personally because of your disability:
Buildings, information, equipment, schedules, attitudes, technology and ways of doing things created barriers for someone you know because of their disability:
3. To what extent do you believe barriers faced by people with disabilities negatively impact all people in British Columbia? (1 being, "Never, this only impacts people with disabilities," and 5 being, "All the time, this impacts everyone in British Columbia.")
The next seven questions will help us better understand who visited us today.
4. What is your gender identity?
7. What is your annual household income?
8. Tell us about your education
9. I am a person with a disability
10. How would you describe your ethnicity? (Choose all that apply)