Website Satisfaction Survey

Please tell us what you think of our new website. We've tried to make it accessible and helpful to families, parents and caregivers, but there is probably something that we haven't thought of or that we could do better. Or maybe you want to tell us about a feature on the website that you thought was useful or helpful. 

We're interested in all of your comments. The short survey that follows will ask you to tell us what you think works, what's not working, and what's needed so that the website will be more useful to you.

We welcome all of your feedback, and plan to add to and change the site based upon your criticisms and comments.

What works?

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  • answered 2017-11-16 23:27:24 -0600
    Q: What's needed?
    A: -
  • answered 2017-11-16 23:25:11 -0600
    Q: What doesn't work?
    A: -
  • answered 2017-11-16 23:24:58 -0600
    Q: What works?
    A: Hi,
    I can’t thank you enough for the work you do to help people with disabilities and to build much-needed community and support. The resources I found here: ( are fantastic. As a librarian, I’ve staked my career in helping empower people with stories and knowledge, and I’m grateful to find others who share that vision.

    I’m putting together a list of special needs resources for an upcoming library newsletter, and thought they might be of interest to you:

    Low Vision Internet Gateway

    Managing Sensory Processing Issues At Home

    Cleaner Indoor Air & Chemical Sensitivities

    Disabled Home Modification Checklists and Funding

    Home Modifications and Selling Your Home
    Special Needs Safety Around Construction Sites

    Renters’ Rights for People with Disabilities

    Moving for Seniors and People with Disabilities

    I’d love to hear about any projects you’re working on for people with disabilities!


    Sarah Brian
  • answered 2017-07-11 18:16:23 -0500
    Q: What's needed?
    A: I am fairly new, so I would have to visit more to have an opinion on that.
  • answered 2017-07-11 18:14:47 -0500
    Q: What doesn't work?
    A: I can’t find anything that isn’t working.
  • answered 2016-12-31 17:21:26 -0600
    Q: What works?
    A: I am very impressed with the wealth of written information on this website. One suggestion that would be very helpful for deaf adults and deaf children is to close caption ALL of your videos. Thanks and keep up the good work!
  • answered 2016-09-28 13:03:11 -0500
    Q: What's needed?
    A: N/a
  • answered 2016-09-28 13:02:56 -0500
    Q: What doesn't work?
    A: n/a
  • answered 2016-09-28 13:02:29 -0500
    Q: What works?
    A: N/A
  • answered 2016-09-27 17:47:08 -0500
    Q: What's needed?
    A: I will have to spend some time with it to know for sure.
  • answered 2016-09-27 17:46:23 -0500
    Q: What doesn't work?
    A: The one specific thing I noticed was that it took me to the general legislature website, but not to the specific pieces of policy that would be important to families with disabilities. Maybe make the links connect more directly with the necessary legislature. Otherwise, it is very helpful!
  • posted about this on Facebook 2016-09-19 13:28:10 -0500
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  • answered 2016-09-19 13:25:13 -0500
    Q: What doesn't work?
    A: There is a drop down box to select language; however, I was unable to click and see the choices. You may want to check on this.
  • answered 2016-09-19 13:22:09 -0500
    Q: What works?
    A: I love the new website; however, I was looking for a tab that listed all of your partners and organizations that support your work. Additionally, is there a general email address where people could send in their questions/concerns that could be responded to once or twice a week and I thought it would be a good resource to build upon your database.
  • published this page in Tell Us 2016-08-29 13:36:06 -0500

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