RCSLT survey on access to speech and language therapy: people aged 18+
Tell us about your speech and language therapy help in the COVID-19 pandemic
The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists is worried about people’s speech and language therapy support during COVID-19.

We want people to get the speech and language therapy support they need.

We need your help.

We want to find out:
• if the COVID-19 pandemic has made a difference to your speech and language therapy support
• how have changes to your speech and language therapy support made you feel
• what you think about the future

Some people may find this survey easy to complete.
Some people may need help with the whole survey.
Some people may need help with all or some of the parts.
If you are a family member or carer, please help the person you support do the survey.
If you are doing the survey for someone answer the questions as they would.

This survey has six parts.

This survey finishes on 5 February 2021.

Following guidance from the Health Research Authority (HRA, 2020), this survey is not deemed to be research and thus does not require approval from a Research Ethics Committee.

The RCSLT is the Data Controller for the information you give us on this form. That means they keep your information safe. If you don't want to share this information, you can email info@rcslt.org.

You can read more information about RCSLT, your personal information and your rights here: https://www.rcslt.org/data-protection-policy

If you need support with this survey, please contact peter.just@rcslt.org or padraigin.oflynn@rcslt.org.
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