Becoming disabled or ill during the pandemic
Over the past 18 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have become disabled or chronically ill for the first time-- due to COVID-19, mental health effects of the pandemic, lack of access to healthcare, and more. Senior and Disability Action is hosting a training program for people who are new to disability or chronic illness and want to connect with other people and/or change the way disabilities are created and treated in our society. We'd love to hear a bit about your experience in order to design our program. Responses will be kept confidential unless you state otherwise. Thank you!
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Did you identify as disabled before the pandemic began?
Hadn't thought about it/not sure
Did you develop a disability or chronic health condition during the pandemic (long COVID, a mental health issue, or something else)? If so, describe in as much detail as you're comfortable sharing.
Has your school or work been accommodating of your access needs? (Describe)
What have been the hardest parts of managing your health/access needs during the pandemic?
What interests you about joining a disability organizing cohort?
Building community with other disabled people
Learning community organizing skills
Learning to advocate for myself legally
Sharing resources and knowledge
I'm not interested in this.
What pandemic-related issues are most important to you right now?
Global vaccine equity
Continuing pandemic unemployment
Stopping community spread of COVID-19
Remote work/workplace accomodations
Hazard pay for frontline workers
Can we share your responses anonymously?
No-- keep my responses private.
What's your name and contact information? (We will use this to reach out to you, but it won't be shared with anyone else.)
What city and state are you located in?
Someone from Senior and Disability Action might contact you about getting involved. Your responses will not be shared publicly unless you stated that they could be shared anonymously.
Is there anything else you'd like to share?
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