12 Oct 2020

We specialise in accessible and inclusive surveys designed to provide insights from disabled and older people.

  • Specialists in inclusive research methodologies, ensuring that all disabled and older people can take part
  • Online and paper questionnaires, telephone and face-to-face interviews
  • Recruiting disabled and older participants and advising on sampling issues

We have developed several ways to survey our panel of disabled and older people. 

Contact us to find our more

Profile of the RiDC consumer panel


A regular survey conducted on behalf of different organisations at the same time. Each organisation pays to join the survey and add their own questions.

Cap on overall questions -  maximum of 25 (for example, 1-5 per organisation).

Offers a great compromise between speed, price, and sample representatives ideal to test consumer insights.

Full service

Survey design, advice on accessibility, and full excel data table (includes demographic data)


£150 setup; £200 per question.

Expected response rate >500*. Survey open for 5 days (one reminder)

Quick access

You might have a survey ready to go but you need access to a panel of disabled people. RiDC can help

Full service

Feedback on the survey, questions loaded onto Qualtrics, and sent to the panel. Anonymized data tables shared with the client


£1,000 to £2,000 depending on length, the complexity of the survey, and the number of reminders. For a series of surveys, we can discuss this rate.

Expected response rate >500


We can offer a full survey design and analysis service. We will help you use language that is relevant to disabled and older people and ensures high levels of engagement. We will work with you to understand your needs and what you what to uncover. We will provide detailed analysis in whatever format is most relevant for you


Average costs range between £4,000 and £7,000.  The panel size can be boosted through a third party at an additional cost.

I am fed up with being treated differently in a bad way for being a wheelchair and mobility scooter user. I want to make a difference for generations to come.

RiDC Panel Member