Your Opinion Counts!
Please join the Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council (AZSILC) in its efforts to collect information about disability related programs in the state of Arizona.
AZSILC is currently conducting a survey to assess programs and services in Arizona and wants to hear directly from people with disabilities, their family members, friends, care attendants and other stakeholders.
It's easy, it's fast, and the results will be used to propose revisions and enhancements to existing disability related programs and development of new ones.
Log on to Survey Monkey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/azsilc and follow the simple directions. If preferred, click here to download a printable copy (see links below), complete it and return to the AZSILC, the Disability Empowerment Center, 5025 East Washington Street street, Phoenix AZ 85034.
If you like to request the survey in an alternate format, please contact Tony DiRienzi at email@example.com or (602) 262-2900.
But hurry - time is limited. Deadline for completing the survey is June 3, 2011 and we want to hear from YOU.
¡Su Opinión Cuenta!
Por favor, únase al Consejo Estatal de Vida Independiente de Arizona (AZSILC por sus siglas en inglés) en los esfuerzos por recabar información sobre los programas relacionados a la discapacidad en este estado.
Actualmente, AZSILC está realizando una encuesta para evaluar programas y servicios en Arizona, y desea saber directamente de las personas con discapacidad, miembros de su familia, amigos, personas que los cuidan y otras partes interesadas.
Es fácil, rápido y los resultados se usarán para proponer revisiones y mejoras en los programas existentes relacionados con la discapacidad y para el desarrollo de otros nuevos.
Ingrese a Survey Monkey en la dirección web http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/azsilc-espanol y siga las instrucciones sencillas. Si usted lo prefiere, descargue una copia para imprimir en (www.azsilc.org), Para un formato alternativo, llene en el lado reverso de esta tarjeta, adjunte una estampilla y mándela por correo a AZSILC a la dirección indicada.
Statewide Independent Living Council
The vision of SILC is inclusive, accessible communities that value differences.
The mission of SILC is to promote the equality, inclusion, and choice for people with disabilities through collaboration and public policy change.
SILC Core Values
The SILC Board of Directors, Executive Director and Staff hold the following values and beliefs which guide their decision making, policy and practice on a daily basis.
We value equality, inclusion, personal choice, individual and collaborative achievement.
- Every person has potential, innate talents, and abilities.
- In promoting the dignity, respect and inclusion of everyone.
- In acknowledging, respecting, and celebrating the differences in people
- Families are the most effective advocates for adults and children with disabilities
- Every person has a fundamental right to make their own choices in all aspects of life.
- Opportunity for independent living is essential to the well-being of people with disabilities.
- Involvement of people with disabilities in the decision making process of community programs and services.
Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC)
A Needs Assessment Survey
SILC is conducting a survey to collect information about disability related programs and services that provide opportunities for people with disabilities to live independently in their community and assess how those programs and services are doing in Arizona. Based on an analysis of the information the survey provides; SILC will propose to policy makers what programs and services should be enhanced or revised.
Your participation in the process is important. SILC wants to hear directly from people with disabilities, their family members, friends, care attendants, or other stakeholders who live in Arizona. If you want to express your ideas about living with a disability please click here to complete an online survey or click here to download a printable copy. Send all printed copies of completed surveys to:
The Disability Empowerment Center, Suite 214
5025 East Washington Street Street
Phoenix AZ 85034
The survey will close on Friday, February 26, 2010. It’s important you completed the survey no later than that date.
At the conclusion of the SILC survey a report with an analysis of the information will be available on the SILC website or upon request in printed copy.
Please feel free to answer the questions as you like and skip any you feel uncomfortable about. The information you share in the survey will remain confidential. SILC will not use or attach any names or other personal information in the report. And remember, there are no wrong answers.
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and ideas.
If you would like any additional information, please contact Tony DiRienzi, at (602) 262-2900 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.