Need a Break: Take the DD Respite Survey

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If you are supporting a family member who is a client of the Washington State Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), but not receiving a paid service from DDA, we want to hear from you.

Together with the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), Aging & Long Term Support Administration, Lifespan Respite and PAVE, we have put together a respite survey for family caregivers of DDA clients who are not receiving a paid DDA service.

The Developmental Disabilities Respite Survey is an opportunity to tell us about your respite needs, as well as help you identify options you may not even know about.

Why Take the Survey?

By taking a few moments to be heard, you are helping our state to better to understand the needs and challenges of caregivers like yourself.

Who is the Survey For?

Family caregivers of DDA eligible individuals who are not receiving a paid DDA service (also known as the No Paid Services caseload).

How long is it?

The survey asks 12 multiple choice questions, as well as a chance to make comments.

When does it end?

The survey closes May 31, 2019.

Click here to take the DD Respite Survey

For a printed version, send a request to Ed Holen.

One page printable version of this announcment about the DD respite survey.Respite Survey Printable Bulletin (PDF)

 

 

In this special edition newsletter, learn about respite resources and how to take the DD Respite Survey.

2019 Spring Newsletter



2019

  • About the Council

    The Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council is a Federal-State partnership working to plan for and with people with developmental disabilities and their families.

  • Partnerships & Initiatives

  • What We're About

    Developmental Disabilities Council is a Federal-State partnership working to plan for and with people with developmental disabilities and their families.

    Join The Council

    If you are passionate about public policy, and dedicated to improving the lives of persons with I/DD in Washington State, we welcome your application.

    Access For Members

    Council meeting materials, agendas, and forms. You’ll find everything you need to prepare for the next meeting (or review the previous year) right here.