Survey for making Knoxville the most friendly city for people with disabilities and seniors

The City of Knoxville Mayor’s Council on Disability Issues (CODI) and the University of Tennessee’s Industrial & Systems Engineering Department is conducting a study to identify the factors and facilities important to improve the quality of life for the disabled and senior citizen population. The attributes that make any city friendly for people with disabilities and seniors are transportation, housing, health services, civic and social involvement, recreational and leisure facilities, environment and weather, education, and employment. All of these factors are important for a high quality of life for people with disabilities and seniors as defined by national consensus and customized for Knoxville. This disability friendly initiative is designed to assist the city's efforts to improve livability for all of its citizens.

Please complete this survey based on what you feel would make Knoxville (or your city) the most disability friendly city. Even if you don't live in Knoxville, completing this survey will assist us to understand the factors/facilities that are important for you.

AARP has generously provided several $100 Visa gift-cards as a "Thank You" for your participation. If you would like to be eligible for a gift-card, please provide your contact information at the end of the survey.

Completed surveys should be submitted no later than September 4, 2018. All questions must receive a response in order to qualify for the gift-card drawing. Gift-card winners will be notified by September 10, 2018. Thank you for your valued participation.

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