COVID-19 has changed our lives this year in so many ways we could not have imagined. So many things have changed including the way we link with other people. Many of us have used computers for the first time to reach out to family and friends through zoom calls and found that while it is not the same, it provides a way to stay connected.
During COVID-19 many service providers have provided services online via your computer, laptop or smartphone. While these can never replace face to face contact, many people have found them a positive experience: saving them the need to travel or wait in a waiting room for their appointment.
HAVE YOUR SAY
The Neurological Alliance of Ireland represents over thirty neurological charities. We want to reach out to people living with neurological conditions to ask for your views on getting services online (through your computer, laptop or tablet) We want to understand your experiences, what has worked well and what needs to be improved.
COMPLETE OUR SURVEY
We’re asking people to complete our short survey and we will be sharing the findings with service providers including voluntary organisations, health professionals and the HSE. All your replies are completely confidential and the survey should only take 10-15 minutes to complete. You can access the survey HERE
The deadline for responses is Friday, 20th November
For more details or to have your questions answered, please email email@example.com