National AccessAbility Week is May 26th – June 1st! This week is an opportunity to recognize the efforts of Canadians who are actively removing barriers and ensuring persons with disabilities have an equal chance to participate in all aspects of Canadian society – including Audiologists.
As part of Speech and Hearing Month and National AccessAbility Week, CAA is conducting an Accessibility Survey. We are interested in how audiologists provide accessibility to people who are Deaf/deaf, deafened, and hard of hearing. Accessibility is about creating communities, workplaces and services that enable everyone to participate fully in society without barriers. Your responses will help determine what resources audiologists may need to provide a more accessible service. By filling out this survey, it may also provide you with more ideas on how accessibility can be improved in your clinic.
The survey is anonymous and is intended for clinicians working in private or public practice. The survey will take approximately 6-7 minutes to fill out. The results of this study will be shared in the Canadian Academy of Audiology’s publication the “Canadian Audiologist” in the Fall of 2019.