1. 2019 Derby Community Health Survey - COMMUNITY HEALTH

 
33% of survey complete.
The purpose of this survey is to get your opinions about health issues and your quality of life in Derby and the Derby School District in order for us to develop a Community Health Improvement Plan. To show our appreciation, please provide your email address or phone number to become eligible to win the following "thank you" gifts.
 
* Five Family Memberships to the Derby Recreation Center for 2020 (worth $540.00).
* Five Single Membership to the Derby Recreation Center for 2020 (worth $367.00).
* Five "Be Healthy Derby" Back Packs filled with wellness items (worth $25.00).

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1. Please select  five (5) factors that you believe are  most important to the quality of life in the community. (Community includes Derby and all those residing in the Derby School District.)

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2. What do you think are the five (5) biggest health problems facing our community? (Those problems that have the greatest impact overall on community health.)

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3. What do you think are the five (5) most important risky behaviors people engage in that would affect their overall health.

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4. Please read the question and select your satisfaction level.

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Are you satisfied with the quality of life in our community? (Consider your sense of safety, well being, participation in community life and associations, etc.)
Are you satisfied with the health care system in the community? (Consider access, cost, availability, quality, and options in health care.)
Are you satisfied with the built environment? (Sidewalks, connected bike and pedestrian pathways, parks, recreation facilities.)
Are you satisfied with the pedestrian-friendly design in the community? (Adequate space for pedestrians on sidewalks; appropriate lighting, benches, and shaded areas; and pedestrian crosswalks that are clearly identified and safe.)
Is this community a good place to raise children? (Consider school quality, day care, after school programs, recreation, etc.)
Is this community a good place to grow old? (Consider elder-friendly housing, transportation to medical services, churches, shopping; elder day care, social support for the elderly living alone, meals on wheels, etc.)
Is there economic opportunity in the community? (Consider locally owned and operated businesses, jobs with career growth, job training/higher education opportunities, affordable housing, reasonable commute, etc.)
Is the community a safe place to live? (Consider residents’ perceptions of safety in the home, the workplace, schools, playgrounds, parks, and the mall. Do neighbors know and trust one another? Do they look out for one another?)
Are there networks of support for individuals and families during times of stress and need? (Neighbors, support groups, faith community outreach, agencies, organizations.)
Do you think all people — individually and collectively — can make the community a better place to live?
Are there a broad variety of health services in the community?
Is there a sufficient number of health and social services in the community?
Do community partners seem to have a mutual respect and come together to achieve community goals?
Is there an active sense of civic responsibility and engagement, and of civic pride in shared accomplishments?
Are you aware that the Derby Health Collaborative meets regularly to develop programs, policies, systems and environments to improve the health and well-being of the citizens residing in the the Derby USD 260 community?

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5. Is the city getting better or worse as a place to live?

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6. How would you rate the overall health of our community?

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