Model Disability Survey
The Model Disability Survey (MDS) is a general population survey that provides detailed and nuanced information about how people with and without disabilities conduct their lives and the difficulties they encounter, regardless of any underlying health condition or impairment. The MDS helps Member States identify the barriers that contribute to the problems people encounter, which, in turn, helps guide policy and service development. The MDS can also contribute to monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Links to the Model Disability Survey
Model Disability Survey handbook
In order to obtain a copy of the Model Disability Survey handbook, please contact Rachel MacKenzie email@example.com
- Database of national disability surveys
- Training manual on disability statistics
- Community-based rehabilitation indicators manual