Signal Boost: Sexuality & Access Project Survey
Sexuality and Access Project Survey
The Sexuality and Access Project is looking for people who use attendant services as well as attendants to participate in an anonymous survey.
The survey is part of this two-year project, funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The goal of the project is to give Ontarians with disabilities greater control over their lives by providing them and their personal service attendants with the skills and knowledge to protect and develop their sexual health and safety.
There are two surveys. One is for persons with disabilities who use attendant services. The other is for attendants.
If you are in either of these categories, or you know someone who is, please complete the survey or pass the information along.
To take a survey online, please follow one of the links below. Each link will take you directly to the survey named:
Sexuality and Access Survey for persons with disabilities
Sexuality and Access Survey for attendants
DEADLINE: January 31, 2010
If you need assistance in filling out a survey, or prefer to participate in a phone survey, please contact Fran Odette.
To learn more about the project or to receive a version of the online survey in alternate format, contact:
Fran Odette, Project Coordinator
416-968-3422 Ext. 30
This project is done in partnership with the Centre for Independent Living in Toronto, Niagara Centre for Independent Living, and Independent Centre and Network.