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*Includes board members, volunteers, staff, community partners, consumers, family members and other stakeholders.
Early findings from 65 surveys
- 34% respondents were consumers (including families and volunteers); 29% community partners; 19% other stakeholders (non-member; members); 13% staff members and 5% board members.
- Purpose of CILT: Advocacy; Resource to the community; Promotion of Independent Living through Programs as main themes; to reduce isolation of people with disabilities through peer supports and building confidence.
- Main focus of CILT*: Core Programs (89%), Direct Funding (68%), Attendant Services Application Centre (43%), Administering PSW Training (27%)*multiple answers
- 45% respondents have been involved with CILT for over 10 years; 19% respondents for over 5 to 10 years; 19% respondents for over 1 to 5 years; and 14% for less than 1 year.
- Five most important programs are Service Navigation, Peer Support, Independent Living Skills, Direct Funding and ASAC.
- Improvements on Community Engagement, Program development, Resource Development and Communications and Branding (ranking)