Invitation to Participate in a Needs Assessment Survey on the Needs of Aboriginal Youth and Families Living with FASD

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Hello, my name is Billie Joe Rogers, I am a graduate student at Simon Fraser University and an Ojibwe member of Aamjiwnaang First Nation. I am a PhD student at SFU in the department of Psychology, and am conducting a study to better understand the needs of Aboriginal youth and families living with FASD.
I am looking to hear from those who can speak about the needs of Aboriginal youth and families living with FASD – the survey is open to anyone in BC.
The purpose of the survey is to learn about the support needs of Aboriginal youth and families living with FASD. The survey will ask about the top needs in different areas (e.g., school needs, needs in the assessment process), what services are available and what services are missing, but needed in your community.
The information you provide in this survey will be used to inform an evaluation of a current project working to support Aboriginal youth and families living with FASD. Because the goal is that this survey will contribute to a comprehensive assessment of needs, the questions are mostly qualitative and it is expected that the survey will take approximately 60 minutes to complete.
 
For participation in the survey, your email will be entered into a draw for one of these prizes:
  1. Grand prize: a $250 Apple gift card
  2. Second prize: one of two $100 Apple gift cards
  3. Third prize: one of nine $50 Apple gift cards.
The survey is available now, and will close on June 15, 2016. The survey link is:  http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/reciprocal-consulting/needs-assessment-supporting-aboriginal-youth/
I have also attached a pdf invitation to participate in the survey.
Thank you for your help in gathering this important information!
Thank you,
Billie Joe
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