Inclusion Gloucestershire Research

HOME AND MONEY REPORT – Read the experiences and opinions people have in the areas of home and money.

If you helped us by filling in the survey, thank you very much.

Inclusion Gloucestershire brings you the sixth (and final) chapter of our series of reports: the Home and Money Report.

Our Home and Money chapter covers a range of topics, including: people’s experiences that relate to ‘Home and Money’, as well as recommendations for this area.

If you have any questions or comments on the report, please contact Dawn on dawnc@inclusion-glos.org

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WORK AND EDUCATION REPORT – Read the experiences and opinions people have in the areas of work and education.

If you helped us by filling in the survey, thank you very much.

Inclusion Gloucestershire brings you the fifth chapter of our series of reports: the Work and Education Report.

Our Work and Education chapter covers a range of topics, including: people’s experiences of work and education as well as recommendations that relate to this area.

We will be looking more at the detail of what you have told us and will be writing one more report.

If you have any questions or comments on the report, please contact Dawn on dawnc@inclusion-glos.org

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SOCIAL CARE AND ADVOCACY REPORT – Read the experiences and opinions people have in the areas of social care and advocacy.

If you helped us by filling in the survey, thank you very much.

Inclusion Gloucestershire brings you the fourth chapter of our series of reports: the Social Care and Advocacy Report.

Our Social Care and Advocacy chapter covers a range of topics, including: people’s experiences of social care and advocacy as well as recommendations that relate to this area.

We will be looking more at the detail of what you have told us in the next few months and will write more reports.

If you have any questions or comments on the report, please contact Dawn on dawnc@inclusion-glos.org

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The Social Care & Advocacy report comes in an

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SOCIAL AND LEISURE REPORT – Read the experiences and opinions people have in the areas of social life and leisure

If you helped us by filling in the survey, thank you very much.

Inclusion Gloucestershire brings you the third chapter of our series of reports: the Social and Leisure Report.

Our Social and Leisure chapter covers a wide range of topics, such as: contact with friends and family, access barriers, awareness of needs, discrimination, transport, and availability and cost of support.

We will be looking more at the detail of what you have told us in the next few months and will write more reports.

If you have any questions or comments on the report, please contact Dawn on dawnc@inclusion-glos.org

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The Social & Leisure report comes in an

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CHOICE AND CONTROL REPORT – Read the experiences and opinions people have in the areas of choice and control

If you helped us by filling in the survey, thank you very much.

Inclusion Gloucestershire brings you the second chapter of our series of reports: the Choice and Control Report.

Our Choice and Control chapter covers a wide range of topics, such as: discrimination, making complaints, accessible information and services, cultural sensitivity, access to technology, and safety

We will be looking more at the detail of what you have told us in the next few months and will write more reports.

If you have any questions or comments on the report, please contact Dawn on dawnc@inclusion-glos.org

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HEALTH REPORT – What concerns do people have about healthcare

If you helped us by filling in the survey, thank you very much.

Inclusion Gloucestershire brings you our first chapter of a series of reports we plan to release in the near future: the Health Report.

In this report we take a look into the areas that are causing great concern or worry for those facing disabling barriers in Gloucestershire.

If you have any questions or comments on the report, please contact Dawn on dawnc@inclusion-glos.org

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HEADLINE REPORT – Thank you for your ideas and views – this is what you have told us

If you helped us by filling in the survey, thank you very much.

Here is a report explaining the headlines of what people have told us in our survey.

The headline report is a summarised look at some of the key themes discussed by numerous people who took the survey.

We will be looking more at the detail of what you have told us in the next few months and will write more reports.

If you have any questions or comments on the report, please contact Dawn on dawnc@inclusion-glos.org

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Access for Us All? Barriers to Mobility Report

Inclusion Gloucestershire have worked with Gloucestershire County Council and the University of Gloucestershire to produce a report investigating the biggest issues faced by disabled people when using public transport. The transport team released a survey to find out what people in the county have to say about using buses, trains, taxis, and cycle routes, and their answers have been brought together to create some recommendations for the improvement and development of existing travel services in Gloucestershire. 

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Health Inequalities: accessing health services in Gloucestershire with particular focus on BAME communities

Inclusion Gloucestershire have partnered with Kingfisher Treasure Seekers to produce a survey and report on Health Inequalities.

Health inequalities are unfair and avoidable differences in health between different groups of society.

It was created to further the conversation around health inequalities faced by Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities.

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