Where do I start with writing a review?
Not quite sure where to start with writing a review for a disability service? Don’t worry, you don’t have to be JK Rowling in order to write a stellar recommendation. We’ve given our best tips and tricks below.
Already feel like a Shakespeare of reviews?
Why should I write a review, anyway?
Great question! A review is really awesome for the following reasons:
- To give feedback and have your voice heard
- To help your peers make informed decisions
- To improve services and make them as great as possible
- It rhymes with achoo and we like to say it when we sneeze to make people laugh. ‘Review!’
How do I write reviews?
Here are three simple questions. Answer them and you’ll have a great review.
- What’s something that you liked and hope will stay the same?
- What’s something that you didn’t like and hope will change?
- What’s something that you liked but would like more of?
Also, remember to:
- Be clear
- Be detailed
- Use an example
- Make a suggestion for how they could improve
How many stars should I give?
5 stars means you loved it and wouldn’t change a thing
3 stars means it was good, but you have a suggestion as to how it could improve
1 star means you didn’t like it
What if I get it wrong?
Don’t worry about it! We look at all the reviews before they go up. If it’s not quite right we will contact you and help you fix it up. You can find out more about this here. If you’re still not sure, we can walk you through it over the phone.