United Way surveys to assess child care needs

Door County residents can have a voice in the future of child care through a pair of online surveys.  That follows the release of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families Birth-to-Five Strategic Plan for child care.  The United Way of Door County has convened a series of town hall meetings to assess child care needs and concerns.  Community Impact Coordinator Christina Studebaker says one online survey will allow families and working parents to share information on their current child care options and what improvements could be made.



The second online survey would allow all community members to share their views on child care and its impact on Door County's economy.



The survey for parents and working families can be accessed by logging on to .    

The community wide survey can be accessed at .


(photo courtesy of United Way of Door County)

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