Direct Support Workforce and COVID-19 National Report: 6 Month Follow-Up

Apr 2, 2021 | Reports

A six-month follow-up Direct Support Workforce and COVID-19 survey was developed and launched in November 2020. A few additional items, including setting type and demographic information, were added to this survey. 8,846 participants from all 50 states and the District of Columbia completed the follow-up survey. About a quarter indicated that they took both versions of the survey, but there was insufficient data to match these participants to analyze results across time. For this reason, the results are regarded as snapshots of DSP perspectives across time.

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