Paralympic sprint champion Jonnie Peacock has been back in Cambridgeshire to mark the anniversary of the start of the Paralympic games last year.
The 100 metres world champion was guest of honour at an event at Impington College. He believes the games has increased public awareness of disability.
But a survey from the charity Scope suggests otherwise.
Matt Jackson from the charity Scope which commissioned the survey, says they were not surprised that people thought the 2012 Games had not left behind a Paralympic Legacy.
The survey found that many people think the attitudes towards those with disabilities has actually got worse. Matt Jackson spoke to Emma Baker.