AFL Victoria is currently in the process of creating an adapted version of Australian Rules football for the Victorian blind and vision impaired community, and to better help us understand what you want out of AFL Blind we are seeking input through a quick survey.
You can find the survey in two formats, both formats with the same questions:
- Word document – Please refer to the attached
- Surveymonkey link – Link can be found here – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AFLBlind
If you are able to complete the survey using the surveymonkey option this would be our preferred option. However, if typing your responses into the word document works best for you then please feel free to use this option also. If you do choose to use the word document option please send your completed survey reply to email@example.com. Should you require support completing the survey please do not hesitate to call Tim Nield at AFL Victoria on 8341 6023 and I will be happy to fill in your answers for you.
So where to from here? We have a steering committee in place who are assisting AFL Victoria with the AFL Blind project. We will review all the feedback received and will pull everything together to ensure our first testing day for AFL Blind can be a success. We are earmarking mid-December for our first testing day. Within the survey you will have the option to opt in for testing days. We are aiming to run a total of three testing days, which by the end of the third testing day we will have a sound understanding of how a competitive game of AFL Blind can be played.
Your feedback is really going to help us shape AFL Blind, so thank you for taking the time to provide your input.
If you have any queries at all please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you again for your support and should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
FIDA Football & AAA Programs Manager
AFL Victoria | IKON Park | Gate 3 Royal Parade | Carlton Nth VIC 3054
GPO Box 4337 | Melbourne VIC 3001
ph: (03) 8341 6023 | m: +61418489019 | fax: (03) 9380 1076We acknowledge the traditional owners of country across Australia, on which we play our great game, and pay our respect to them, their culture and Elders past and present.