Thursday, November 15, 2012

Survey: help improve family centered care

National Center for Family/Professional Partnerships, a project of Family Voices
family-centered care?

Tell us about your experiences:Click here to take this survey.
Doctor examing baby in hospital crib
Quality of care improves when health care providers listen to families. When families and health care providers work together, this is called family-centered care.

Family Voices is a national organization that works to achieve family-centered care for all children and youth with special health care needs and/or disabilities.

We are doing research to develop a way to measure whether health care providers are delivering family-centered care.You can help by taking an online version of a family-centered care assessment tool to test how well it works.

It will take 15 - 20 minutes to complete and will:
  • Ask some questions about you and your child. (Nothing that will identify you or your child personally.)
  • Ask about how your health care provider works with you and your child. (Your provider also won't be identified.)
NOTE: Your participation is completely voluntary. Taking this survey (or choosing not to) will not affect services that you get from Family Voices or any other agency.

To be part of testing this important tool, please go to: 

Questions? Please contact Clarissa Hoover at Family Voices: (888) 835-5669 x6  

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