Family Input Survey – A system that truly makes sense

In August 2013, Parents for Children’s Mental Health conducted a survey of 254 families across the province. The survey was conducted electronically and targeted families who are representative of their communities with varying degrees of understanding and scope of the child and youth mental health sector, and all representing different stages of the journey for families of children and youth with mental illness/disorders. This was done in order to get results representative of the scope of challenges families are facing and the scope of commentary from families in order to provide a true representation of family opinion.

The survey was conducted over a one month period of time. Answers were provided anonymously to allow families to answer as freely as possible.  The survey was completed by 254 families.

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Presented by: Parents for Children’s Mental Health – August 1, 2013