People with SCI
By completing this survey, you are assisting Spinal Home Help (SHH) to get a greater understanding of the needs of people with spinal cord injury (SCI) and their loved ones. Responses to this survey will be stripped of any identifying information and will be totally anonymous unless you choose to identify yourself.
Responses to this survey will be part of a greater research effort being undertaken by SHH, to identify areas where support services can be improved and to see how people and their loved ones are being prepared for their discharge from hospital. This research includes the perspectives not only of people with SCI but of their family members and support networks as well; current patients and those already living out in the community alike are encouraged to participate.

It would be much appreciated if you could get your responses to us by the end of November (30.11.2017) so that we can take these submissions (minus any personal identifiers, for your privacy) to the Health Minister. However, this research will continue and this survey will remain open after that date; we encourage everyone to continue participating!

It should go without saying, but as a person with an SCI, your perspective on existing services and how you were prepared for your discharge from hospital is absolutely vital. We would like to ensure that the voices of people with SCI are heard as we move into a time of the NDIS and the new Queensland Spinal Cord Injuries Service plan 2016-2026; your perspective will guide improvements to existing services in our state, and help us as peer mentors to best address the issues facing people with SCI.

This work was produced in partnership with 180DC Consulting; Spinal Home Help would like to thank them for their help and hard work in putting together this comprehensive survey.
To find out more about SHH and our work for people with SCI and families - by people with SCI and families - please visit our website or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

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About you
Please complete the following statements
I had my injury:
I have:
In my everyday life:
At the time of my injury I lived:
After my injury, I stayed in the Spinal Injuries Unit for:
After I left hospital, I went to live:
Right now, I live:
Currently, I live:
My current home is:
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