Nationals Seniors is conducting a survey to better understand the needs and concerns of seniors across a wide range of areas of their lives.
The survey by the Productive Ageing Centre will ask several questions on issues ranging from housing, finances, health and employment.
This is a pilot survey for a project entitled What are the Needs and Concerns of the Over 50s? Informing Productive Ageing in Australia.
The findings will identify key issues of concern faced by seniors and will inform further research aimed at identifying the types of support required to overcome these concerns.
The survey takes 10-15 minutes to complete.
There is no obligation for you to complete this survey, it is entirely voluntary.
If you are interested in completing the survey, please click here after reading the information below.
The survey will be available to complete until Tuesday 2 December 2014.
Completing and submitting the online survey will be taken as indicating that you have consented to participate in this project. If at any time you wish to withdraw from the survey, please close your browser.
The survey is anonymous. Please do not enter any identifying information, such as your name, address or National Seniors membership number. Your responses will be kept strictly confidential. Survey data will be stored on password-protected databases and servers, with access restricted to National Seniors research staff involved in the project.
The information provided will be used solely for the purpose of this project. Any reports, publications and/or presentations arising from this project will be presented in group format, to ensure the anonymity and confidentiality of all participants.
National Seniors Australia has been commissioned by Sunsuper to undertake this market research survey. The funders of the survey will receive an aggregated report on the findings, but will not be given access to the original survey data. This project will be carried out within the Australian Market & Social Research Society Code of Conduct.
If you have any further questions regarding this study, please do not hesitate to contact Dr Tim Adair (Director, National Seniors Productive Ageing Centre) on 03 9650 6144 or firstname.lastname@example.org.