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HAF Disability Inclusion Survey

This is a collaboration between Derby City Council, Derbyshire County Council and Active Derbyshire. We would like to understand the support needs of HAF providers to deliver inclusive activities for disabled children and young people to ensure they have positive experiences. Definition examples: By ‘inclusive’ we mean that disabled people have the opportunity to take part in your activities and have a quality experience. By ‘inclusive activities’ we mean disabled and non-disabled people taking part in physical activity together. Your work might focus on physical activity, or it could be a small part of what you do. By ‘disabled people’, we mean anyone who has a long-term impairment or condition that substantially affects their ability to do daily activities. This could include, for example, physical, sensory, learning, social, behavioural or mental health conditions or impairments.

4. How many years has your organisation provided HAF?

6. Understanding your organisation's confidence, competence and knowledge and understanding.

We would like to understand any areas we can support you on to deliver disability-inclusive HAF sessions. The questions are broken down into groups of conditions to refine support needs. We ask that you complete this section as honestly as possible, there will be no judgement and this is not a test.

6a As an organisation, please rate the following around providing inclusive opportunities to be active for people with visual and/or hearing impairments (visual, hearing or dual sensory impairments)

1 = Very 2 = Quite 3 = Neutral 4 = Not very 5= Not at all
Competence
Confidence
Knowledge and understanding

6b. As an organisation, please rate the following around providing inclusive physical activities for people with physical impairments (such as affected mobility and/or dexterity)

1 = Very 2 = Quite 3 = Neutral 4 = Not very 5= Not at all
Confidence
Competence
Knowledge and understanding

6c. As an organisation, please rate the following around providing inclusive opportunities to be active for people with mental health conditions

1 = Very 2 = Quite 3 = Neutral 4 = Not very 5= Not at all
Competence
Confidence
Knowledge and understanding

6d. As an organisation, please rate the following around providing inclusive opportunities to be active for people with social or behavioural conditions

1 = Very 2 = Quite 3 = Neutral 4 = Not very 5= Not at all
Competence
Confidence
Knowledge and understanding

6e. As an organisation, please rate the following areas around providing inclusive opportunities to be active for people with learning disabilities

1 = Very 2 = Quite 3 = Neutral 4 = Not very 5= Not at all
Confidence
Competence
Knowledge and understanding

6e. As an organisation, please rate the following areas around providing inclusive opportunities to be active for people with long term health conditions and/or multiple impairments such as epilepsy, long term pain, speech or communication impairments.

1 = Very 2 = Quite 3 = Neutral 4 = Not very 5= Not at all

7. To what extent do you agree with the following statements:

7a. Disabled people have a voice in shaping my activities
7b. We actively recruit disabled people so we have a diverse, inclusive and representative workforce

8. What areas would you find useful to support you to build inclusion for disabled people?

9. What do you think hinders people and organisations from delivering disability-inclusive sessions?

10. Have you received any training to help you deliver disability-inclusive activity?