Organisers of the Stay Up Late campaign are eager to find out what impact it has had on improving the social lives for people with learning disabilities.
Stay Up Late is run by Heavy Load – the punk band with members with and without learning disabilities – and aims to encourage support workers to work more flexible hours so that people with learning disabilities can do more in the evenings, such as go to music gigs. And to help people feedback, they’ve issued 3 different types of surveys for people to complete:
The survey aims to shape the next steps the Stay Up Late campaign will take, and to find out just how much of an impact it has had in improving the lives of people with learning disabilities. Responses to the survey are due by May 31.