Closing soon – Cost of living crisis survey for DDPO advice workers

Disabled people are being hit hard by increases in food and fuel costs. We need you to help us measure the impact – Please respond before 31st March

Blue door with spray painted text reading Cost of Living

Are you an advice worker in a DDPO? Do you have colleagues who provide advice services for Deaf and Disabled people?

We need your input!

The last few months have seen massive increases in the cost of living – particularly for basic necessities like food and fuel. This is expected to get worse in April because of an increase in the Energy Price Cap. Disabled people are already more likely to be living in food and fuel poverty than non-disabled people, and the situation we face is getting worse.

We are developing a campaign to address the problem and would like to hear from you. Please complete our short survey for DDPO advice workers – it has 5 questions and is designed to work flexibly with your information in the format you have it.

We are asking you to respond to this survey now, and then again in late April/early May, to show how the situation has changed. You can find the survey on the following link:

Inclusion London Mini-Survey about the impact of the cost of living crisis on Deaf and Disabled People

Survey closes 31st March

You can also send any comments and suggestions to Julia at

“Cost of Living” Photograph by M Rasoulov.
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