Scottish Government is looking to gather views on the delivery of and access to community audiology services across Scotland, and have opened an online survey.
In collaboration with the Health and Social Care Alliance (ALLIANCE) and the Scottish Health Council, scoping work has already been conducted. This work aims to inform the development of Scottish Government’s policy on the enhancement of community audiology services in Scotland, and how community audiology services are delivered across the country.
They are seeking views from service users, third sector organisations and professionals, including NHS Audiology and See Hear Strategy leads in local areas.
Scottish Government has also requested that a focused collection of information from the third sector is undertaken, identifying the community audiology services currently being delivered by third sector organisations.
The online survey takes 5 – 10 minutes to complete, and requires your agreement to providing information about the community audiology services your organisation may provide, what and where they are, and how they are being delivered.
By completing the questionnaire, you are providing the ALLIANCE and Scottish Government permission to share this information, which may be in a public setting.
To complete the survey, please visit the SurveyMonkey page.
Alternatively, for further information, visit the ALLIANCE website.
If you would prefer to submit your response in another way, or require the survey in a different format, please contact Jonathan Reid by phone: 0141 404 0231, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonathan can also be contacted by post at the following address: National Sensory Impairment Coordinator, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE), Venlaw Building, 349 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4AA.