Digital Survey – Paper Copies Now Available
Published on 05 July 2021 09:30 AM
Digital Survey - Print your copy here
Help the Age Friendly Island Partnership to shape the future of digital support services across the Island.
The Age Friendly Island (AFI) Partnership had a very good response to the Digital Survey that was run earlier this year and they thank everyone who completed the survey; It has provided them with an important insight that will help them to develop new supporting projects.
Due to the lockdown that was in place at the time, the survey was only available online and by telephone and so they were not able to hear from the many older residents that aren’t as confident at using digital technology or from those who aren’t digitally connected at all.
The AFI Partnership would like to understand the needs and preferences of all older Islanders so that they can support them to become more digitally connected, enabling them to use online services and participate in online activities that they are interested in.
The Digital Survey is available once again in the form of printed paper copies. The deadline for the responses is Friday 13th August and they encourage everyone to complete the survey and help the Age Friendly Island Partnership to shape the future of digital support services across the Island. (Please do not complete the survey again if you have already done so).
Paper copies of the survey will be available to collect from any Council library from Wednesday 14th July, or it can be printed from our website from the above link and returned to us using the FREEPOST address (printed on the survey).
Call Age UK Isle of Wight on (01983) 525282 to request a copy and a FREEPOST return envelope in the post.
Digital Survey - Complete the survey online
Digital Survey Online Help the Age Friendly Island Partnership to shape the future of digital support services across the Island.
Age Friendly Island is part of Ageing Better, a programme set up by The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK. Ageing Better aims to develop creative ways for people aged over 50 to be actively involved in their local communities, helping to combat social isolation and loneliness. It is one of five major programmes set up by The National Lottery Community Fund to test and learn from new approaches to designing services which aim to make people’s lives healthier and happier.