We at Disability Arts Online, are creating a comprehensive and accessible Guide on Access to Work, specifically for the Arts and Cultural sector, funded by Arts Council England.
Access to Work is the Government scheme which addresses the additional costs disabled people and their employers face in making the reasonable adjustments required to create an accessible working environment. It helps to level the playing field for disabled people in work and encourage employers to recruit disabled people at little or no extra cost to their business.
Your answers will help us to identify the key areas, issues and hints that need to be included in the Guide to support artists and organisations applying to Access to Work. The evidence gathered through this survey also aims to support Arts Council England and Disability Arts Online to advocate for improvements to Access to Work.
All data will be completely anonymised and we will not share personal data or responses that could potentially identify individuals to anyone outside of Disability Arts Online.

We appreciate it takes time to fill in questionnaires, so as a thank you, please follow the link at the end of the survey to enter our prize draw and be in with a chance of winning a £50 voucher for an online store of your choice. This survey will take between 2 - 10 minutes to complete. 

If this form is not accessible for you, please email cathy@disabilityartsonline.org.uk to arrange sending the Word version or to give feedback over the phone.

All answers to this survey are anonymous, however if you do leave contact details at the end, it will enable us to follow up with further questions which can be really helpful. Contact information will not be shared with any third party. We may use small quotes in marketing and evaluation documents anonymously. 

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1. Are you self employed?

If you have multiple work types (i.e you're self employed and employed or an employer) there are questions on this later.