oec: Early Childhood Stakeholder Survey
2016

Early Childhood Stakeholder Survey


As part of work of the Connecticut Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) planning grant, we conducted a needs assessment in 2014-2015, in which you may have participated. We are now closing the loop by bringing back this information to the community and requesting feedback. Your voice in this process is important to help us improve Connecticut’s plan for developmental monitoring and screening and linking to services in a way that works for families, communities and Early Care and Education (ECE) programs. Even though the foundational work has begun, your feedback will help shape the process that is underway.

 

We held Community Discussions the week of May 9th to present the needs assessment findings and action plan summary that was developed as a result of these findings. Since not all interested individuals were able to attend, we would like to use this online opportunity to share the information (click here for a concise summary) and brief opinion survey presented during the Discussions. The survey takes 5-10 minutes to complete, one per individual (parents/guardians, administrators, infant/toddler/preschool teachers, consultants, family child care providers, family resource center staff, and all other early childhood stakeholders).

 

If you are interested, please select the link below to complete the

Early Childhood Stakeholder Survey by Wednesday, June 1

http://UnitedWay.ECCSSurvey.sgizmo.com/s3/

 

For additional information about the survey or the grant, please contact Heather Spada at heather.spada@ctunitedway.org or visit the ECCS webpage: www.eccsct.org.  By mid-summer, we will distribute a summary report and post information on the ECCS website.

                                              

We very much appreciate you taking time to give your opinion and input.




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