SA public aquatic facilities survey


Tuesday, 27 March, 2018


SA public aquatic facilities survey

The Local Government Association of South Australia (LGASA) is calling for participation in a survey on public aquatic facilities.

LGASA wants to understand participation in local public aquatic and recreation facilities — particularly understanding the barriers and constraints to participation that are experienced by different people in the community. The association hopes by understanding these barriers, it can seek ways to minimise them.

The survey project has been approved by the University of South Australia's Human Ethics Committee. Responses are confidential, will remain anonymous and information will not be used for marketing or another purpose.

Survey participants can also indicate their interest in taking part in additional focus groups or interviews to explore issues in more detail.

To participate in the survey, follow this link.

Image credit: © stock.adobe.com/au/Leigh Prather

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