Survey Opportunities

published December 18, 2017


Listed below are several survey opportunities, taking these surveys will help organizations better understand and meet the needs of individuals with disabilities. 


Survey: Measuring Quality of Life in People with Disabilities: Implications for Mental Health Clinicians

The University of Northern Colorado is seeking your help to improve the quality of mental health care available for individuals with disabilities. In this survey you will be asked questions about quality of life, disability identity, and current relationships in order to better inform clinical practices in mental health. There are no right or wrong answers in this survey. The survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes of your time. Please consider offering your experience to help improve mental health care for people with disabilities.


Ride Share Accessibility Survey

Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco is collecting information about the experiences of people with disabilities using Uber, Lyft, and other ride share services. The purpose of this data collection is to make ride share services more accessible for all. 


Survey of User Needs for Wireless Technologies

The purpose of this survey is to learn how people with disabilities of all ages use wireless technology. The survey includes questions about cell phones, tablet computers, and newer technologies like smart watches and smart home devices.

Assistance Animal Survey

The Southwest ADA Center is carrying out research into the use of service animals and other assistance animals by people with disabilities in public settings.