We invite employees of assisted living facilities regulated by the Bureau of Assisted Living to participate in a Quality Assurance/Improvement Survey. The survey is set up to collect anonymous responses. Do not provide any personally identifiable information in your responses. Assisted living facilities include adult day care centers, 3-4 bed adult family homes, community-based residential facilities, and residential care apartment complexes.
This survey asks you to think about quality assurance and improvement efforts at your assisted living facility and asks for your advice about assisted living quality assurance and improvement for the future. The purpose of the survey is to identify best practices in quality assurance and improvement. Every voice matters.
Who should participate in the survey?
- Management staff (for example: licensee, regional staff, administrator, house/service manager)
- Nursing staff (for example: registered nurse, licensed practical nurse)
- Direct care staff (for example: caregiver, certified nursing assistant)
- Ancillary staff (for example: activities, dietary, facilities management, human resources)
To complete the survey.
Complete the survey by April 30, 2021.
Please answer the questions with respect to your individual perceptions and knowledge of quality assurance and improvement in assisted living facilities. Please only respond to this survey if you are an employee of an assisted living facility. The survey is expected to take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
Aggregate survey results will be shared at an Assisted Living Forum and other venues to inform efforts to improve assisted living quality within the State of Wisconsin. The Bureau of Assisted Living will also use survey results to develop and collaborate on demonstration projects to test and promote quality measurement and improvement.
We invite you to continue the discussion of quality assurance and improvement in assisted living throughout Wisconsin by attending our upcoming Assisted Living Forum. Please visit the Assisted Living Forum webpage for more details.
If you have any questions or comments regarding this survey, please contact the Bureau of Assisted Living.