LGBTIQ Strategy Survey 2 March 2017 Tweet This Survey is part of a nationwide consultation. Visit: www.lgbtihealth.org.au/disabilitystrategy for full details.Your age*Please select18-2425-3536-5051-6566-7576+Which State/Territory do you live in?*Please selectAustralian Capital TerritoryQueenslandNew South WalesNorthern TerritorySouth AustraliaTasmaniaVictoriaWestern AustraliaNot located in AustraliaPostcode*Your lived experience...*Please selectI am an L, G, B, T, I, or Q person who is living with disabilityI am the intimate partner/carer for an L, G, B, T, I or Q person who is living with disabilityAbout youThe information in this section is confidential. It is being collected to help us better understand the needs of LGBTIQ people who are living with disability in Australia.Sexuality*How do you currently describe your sexuality? Asexual Bisexual Gay Heterosexual Homosexual Lesbian Pansexual Another term? Please specify:*Gender*How do you currently describe your gender? Agendered / No Gender Cisgender Female Genderfluid Genderqueer Male Nonbinary Trans Another term? Please specify:*Intersex Status*Do you have an intersex variation?Please selectYesNoAbout the person in your carePlease answer the questions in this section in relation to what you know of the person in your care. If the person has not communicated this information to you please do not guess.Sexuality*How does the person in your care currently describe their sexuality? Asexual Bisexual Gay Heterosexual Homosexual Lesbian Pansexual Another term? Please specify:*Gender*How does the person in your care currently describe their gender? Agendered / No Gender Cisgender Female Genderfluid Genderqueer Male Nonbinary Trans Another term? Please specify:*Intersex Status*Does the person in your care have an intersex variation?Please selectYesNoYour contribution to the LGBTIQ StrategyThis section provides space for you to share information based on your lived experiences. These questions are open ended and we encourage you to speak about what you know as an LGBTIQ person who is living with disability, or as their intimate carer. Better skilled staff and servicesBased on your experience, what skills or knowledge would help staff and services to best meet your needs? What skills are they lacking most? How do you think this could be addressed? What is their best skill now?Better communication and breaking down barriers to entryWhat do you see as barriers to people accessing the National Disability Insurance Scheme? How do you think these could be overcome?Better Understanding and DataThere is a lack of data available about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer people who live with disabilities. What data should the NDIA be collecting from LGBTIQ people living with disabilities? What does the NDIA need to understand better?Do you have any suggestions for how the NDIA might better collect data to ensure that the needs of LGBTIQ people living with disabilities are understood?Tailored Supports and ChoiceIf you were to imagine supports that were tailored to you, and free of discrimination and fear, what would they be?