Deaf Community Film - Sensory Impairment Needs Feedback Form

Consultation type
Opening date
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Brief description

The specific needs of people living with sensory impairment in the East Riding are being assessed, learning what works and what more needs to be understood is a key aim. This consultation has been designed to enhance East Riding of Yorkshire Council's knowledge and will then inform future strategy development and service provision across the area.

Type of consultation
Target audience
Residents living with a Sensory Impairment
How to get involved

View the signed (BSL) video here then click on the link above to fill in the online survey or see details below to request a survey in any other format, such as paper version, large print or another language.

Please note: For the purposes of this consultation, 'Sensory Impairment' is a broad term which includes:

  • People who have a visual or sight impairment and/or are registered blind
  • People who are deaf, deafened or suffer from hearing loss
  • People who have dual sensory loss, this is also known as deafblindness.

This consultation includes everyone who considers themselves to live with hearing and/or sight loss either as a genetic/birth condition; as a result of health conditions or as part of the ageing process or as a result of injury. We are interested to receive views from East Riding residents with varying levels of sensory impairment, ranging from mild to severe, so we can understand your experience, whatever that may be.

Contact details
For further information or to request the survey in a different format, please contact us at
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