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Thank you for taking 5 minutes to participate in this survey.

The New Jersey Regional Family Support Planning Councils consist of parents and family members of individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD).

Many programs and services are reopening and becoming available in person. Some individuals with I/DD have returned to the same in-person services, while others have not due to various reasons. The purpose of this survey is to collect data on barriers and potential solutions to reopen in-person services. We also would like to gather support needs from those who may not return to in-person services in near future.

If you have any questions or need a printed copy of the survey, please contact Kyoko Coco, at Kyoko.Coco@njcdd.org, 609-341-3112.

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* 1. Compared with the pre-pandemic (before March 2022), please indicate any quantity (hour) changes in your/your loved one’s in-person services.

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* 2. Compared with the pre-pandemic (March 2020), please indicate any quality changes in your/your loved one’s in-person services in the following areas.

  Significantly worse Somewhat worse Same Somewhat better Significantly better
Staffing turnover
Staff competency/skills
Overall quality of services
Access to services

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* 3. What are the reasons you/your loved one with disabilities are receiving less or no in-person services? Check all that apply.

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* 4. Please share solutions and ideas that can resolve barriers to in-person services.

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* 5. If you believe you/your loved one with disabilities may not access in-person services at any time soon, what support you and your family will need?

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* 6. What is the age group of you/your loved one with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities?