Do you live or work in the Lompoc Valley area? Caring Together Lompoc Wants to Hear from You! Please Take the 5-minute Community Survey Today.
One year ago, the Caring Together Lompoc campaign launched with the goal of helping family caregivers self-identify, and to raise awareness of the caregiver resources available in Lompoc. The campaign goals were driven by the 2015 Lompoc Caregiver Needs Assessment Survey which was targeted to those caring for a senior parent, spouse or friend. A follow-up survey was conducted in 2016, and now Caring Together Lompoc is again calling on those who live or work in the Lompoc Valley area to provide valuable feedback about the perception of caregiving.
Perhaps the most significant outcome of the feedback received during the initial survey was the 2017 opening of a brand-new resource center – the Lompoc Valley Medical Center Family Caregiver Support Network. This resource center empowers Lompoc residents to access education, referrals and supportive services to aid in the delivery of care for their loved ones.
Please take just a few minutes to provide critical feedback that will help the nonprofit organizations behind Caring Together Lompoc measure the impact of the campaign and shape how we support families and seniors in our local Lompoc community.
The Lompoc Valley Family Caregiver Community Perception Survey is quick, confidential, and available in English and Spanish. Take the survey online at: www.caringtogetherlompoc.org/perception-survey.
By completing the online survey, you may also choose to be entered for a chance to win one of ten $15 Starbucks gift cards. Take the survey by September 28 to be entered for a chance to win.
There will also be opportunities to take the survey in person during September, including at the Dick DeWees Community & Senior Center on Tuesday, September 12th from 9am-11am. See the website for more information.
For more information about resources for family caregivers in Lompoc, please visit www.CaringTogetherLompoc.org or call the LVMC Family Caregiver Support Network at (805) 875-8875.