Thursday, July 16, DDRS released surveys focused on gathering feedback from providers, DSPs, and case managers on their perspectives and experiences with BQIS' current quality and compliance approach. DDRS developed these surveys in partnership with the Living Well Steering Committee. The feedback will provide DDRS with valuable insight for the future Living Well planning, as well as establish a baseline to see if future changes have an impact in shifting perspectives and practices. INARF encourages our members to participate in these anonymous surveys and share the surveys with staff at all levels of your organization. The surveys will close July 31.
The Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services is requesting your input, ideas, and feedback to assist in guiding our work in improving our quality and compliance approach. Specifically, the Bureau of Quality Improvement Services, in partnership with the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services, has been working to build systems that ensure the health and safety of individuals while supporting individual choice and decision-making.
As part of this work, we are inviting all providers, case managers and direct support professionals to complete this anonymous survey to understand your experiences and perspectives on BQIS’ current approach to quality and compliance, as well as ideas for improvement. The purpose of this anonymous survey is to understand how BDDS/BQIS can better support you in your work to meet the life goals and health and safety needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In addition, your responses will help shape our efforts to gather similar feedback from self-advocates and families, later this year.
The survey should take no more than 15 minutes to complete. Please click on the link below to complete the survey by July 31, 2020.
Thank you in advance for your participation and insight as we continue to support individuals to live their best lives.
The DDRS is a program of the Indiana Family & Social Services Administration. If you have questions about DDRS programs and services, visit us online at www.DDRS.In.gov.