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Caithness Access Disabled Panel Questionnaire For Businesses

18th October 2017

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The above panel have been working over the last few years to build a website which would benefit people living in and visiting Caithness, in relation to visiting/using "accessible" services for people with disabilities.

We are now at the stage that we need information of local businesses that provide services to the public to input onto our website.

We invite you to complete the short questionnaire HERE

The Panel are positive in their attitude to the adaptation of premises and realise all cannot be completely Disabled friendly, however we also offer audits and advice on services and premises to ensure that they are as "accessible" as possible to everyone using them.

We have received a grant to complete and run the website for 5 years through THE SPIRIT OF SCOTLAND and it has also enabled us to finish the website and get it up and running.

The website is for the Caithness Area only as other Access Panels in other areas of the Highlands have their own.
We would be grateful if you could fill in the forms and also provide any photos that we could include on the website to promote your business or website.

If you have any questions please contact me at the email address below, and I will try my best to help you.

Helen Budge


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