2011 Adair County Childcare Survey
Recently, a group of individuals met to review and discuss availability of childcare within our region, with particular emphasis on Adair County. Our goal is to determine if adequate facilities are available and to address additional needs, costs and other potential areas of concern if they do in fact exist. The attached survey stems from those efforts and meetings. It is our hope that you will consider taking a few moments to complete the online survey and assist us in gathering valuable information that will help us investigate our current resources and address any weaknesses or additional childcare needs that may exist. Thank you in advance for taking the time to supply us with your thoughts, your feedback and for completing our survey.
Contributing committee members are: Truman State University (Truman Institute: C.A.S.E Office), City of Kirksville, Northeast Missouri Community Action Agency, Early Childhood Development Center, Kirksville Family Support Division, Missouri Career Center (Kirksville), Missouri Employer Committee. Special thanks to the Truman Institute for their generous support and also to the C.A.S.E. Office for their dedication and expertise in creating our survey materials.
You must be 18 years or older to complete this survey. Your participation is completely voluntary, and involves spending five to ten minutes to complete this survey. All of your responses will be kept completely confidential, because your identity will in not be linked to your responses. General reports of our findings will be made available to the community and are available upon request. Before you submit your final responses, you can stop or request that your data not be included in our analysis. Completion of the survey is considered your consent to participate. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Scott Alberts of Truman State University (email@example.com or 785-7649), who is coordinating the survey part of this project.
Thank you for your time and cooperation.
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