FASD Stakeholder Survey

Dear Edmonton and area Fetal Alcohol Network Society stakeholders,

As some of you may know all of the FASD Service Networks across the province are currently evaluating the impact of Alberta FASD Cross-Ministry Committee (CMC) funded services on clients and caregivers.  The evaluation is being conducted to assess how the CMC’s investment in the FASD Service Networks is changing the FASD landscape in our province as we reach the 7 year mark of Alberta’s FASD 10-Year Strategic Plan.

In addition to examining how CMC funded services impact clients and caregivers FASD Service Networks are also responsible for obtaining feedback from network stakeholders on their network operations and practices.  In order to obtain this feedback a stakeholder survey has been designed.

I am writing today to ask you to take a few moments out of your busy schedules to complete this stakeholder feedback survey.  In order to make this as easy as possible for you an online survey was created.  To complete the survey all that you need to do is click on the link below, answer the questions, and submit your complete survey.  If you have an association with more than one FASD Service Network, please complete one survey per Network.  This entire process should take you no longer than five minutes.  Your feedback is of paramount importance as it will shed light on the strengths of the and where improvements need to be made to make the better in the future.

Here is the link to the survey:  http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/fasd13/annual-stakeholder-survey/

Your responses are completely confidential as no identifying information is gathered through completion of the survey.  If you have any questions, please contact one of the evaluators.  There contact information is as follows:

Hélène Wirzba

Wirzba Consulting Inc.




Christopher Cameron

Objective Research and Evaluation Inc.


Thank you in advance!  Your time and input is extremely appreciated.

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