Thank you for your interest in our survey!

This survey will tell us how you feel about our customer services, which services of Spinal Cord Injury Alberta (SCI Alberta) you have received in the last 12 months and the impact these services have had on your life. The results will be presented to SCI Alberta's Board of Directors. They will use the report to make important decisions about the organization's future direction.

All responses are strictly confidential and anonymous. This survey will not affect any services you are receiving from SCI Alberta.

The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete.

If you have any questions, or if you are having trouble completing the survey, please contact Angie Barron at SCI Alberta at (587) 410-2521, or 1-­888-­654­-5444 or angie.barron@sci-­ab.ca.

Thanks and let's get started!

Please note, in this survey, the words "people with disabilities" refer to people who have a spinal cord injury or other physical disability.

* 1. These first few questions will let us know if our survey has included people from a variety of backgrounds.  All of the information will be kept confidential...are you male or female?

* 2. Are you a person with a spinal cord injury or other physical disability?

* 3. Please choose the category that best describes your disability

* 4. How long have you had your disability?

* 5. How old are you?

* 6. Which center do you live closest to?

* 7. Do you identify as First Nations, Metis or Inuit?

* 8. Are you currently an employee of SCI Alberta or a member of the Board of Directors?

* 9. Are you currently a healthcare professional who refers individuals to SCI Alberta for services?

* 10. One of SCI Alberta's goals is to provide people with disabilities with the information they need to find services and make informed decisions.  How important do you think the following activities are to helping achieve this goal?

  not at all important not very important somewhat important very important don't know/unsure
publishing a magazine and mailing it to people with disabilities (Spinal Columns) http://sci-ab.ca/publications/spinalcolumns
publishing a newsletter and distributing it via email (Wheel-E) http://sci-ab.ca/publications/wheel_e
having a website with a variety of information and links http://sci-ab.ca/
hosting a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SpinalCordInjuryAlberta
having people on staff to respond to request for information
hosting online learning programs (ECampus) http://sci-ab.ca/learnonline
hosting an online free classifieds service http://sci-ab.ca/classifieds
hosting an online resource guide (housing, home care....) http://sci-ab.ca/resources

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