Each year, NCI asks people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their families about services they get and how they feel about them. NCI uses surveys so that the same questions can be asked to a large group. The NCI Child Family Surveys are mailed to families in many states.
The Child Family Survey is a survey that is mailed to families with children ages 3-18 old living with them or who receive at least one service from a regional center, in addition to case management. The survey is mailed to all available and valid family addresses who meet the criteria. Participation is voluntary and confidential. The survey asks families about information and planning/ access and community connection; choice and control; and family involvement.
The questions on the Child Family Survey are answered by someone who loves with a child who gets services from the state (like a parent or other family member). In California, all families who have a child with IDD in the home who gets regional center supports, are asked to do this survey.
Valley Mountain Regional Center will be presenting the results of this survey from the 2018-1019 fiscal year at our December 22nd Board Meeting, at 6:00 PM, via Zoom Video Conference. Public attendance is encouraged, and public comment related to the survey results will be hear.
VMRC Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, December 22, 2021
6:00 PM – Via Zoom Video Conference
Webinar ID: 820 5613 8937
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