Multnomah County’s Adolescent Sexual Health Equity Program would like to hear from those who support young people who experience intellectual/developmental disabilities (family members, guardians, caregivers, case coordinators, teachers, healthcare providers, etc.) They are offering a survey for parents/guardians and support service providers until Monday, May 15.
These surveys will help the county understand more about the sexual health needs of young people who experience I/DD.
The survey is open to adults who live in the metro region (Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties) and support a young person with I/DD.
Please complete the online surveys by Monday, May 15th:
Message from Multnomah County:
Are you a family member, guardian or support service provider of a young person who experiences intellectual/developmental disability?
Share your knowledge to help us understand more about the sexual health needs of young people who experience intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Multnomah County’s Adolescent Sexual Health Equity Program is doing a new study.
You may be eligible to participate if:
- You are 18 years old or older,
- You support a young person who experiences an intellectual/developmental disability,
- You live in or near Portland, Oregon.
If you are interested in completing the 20-30 minute online survey, please click a link below:
If you have questions about the study, please contact April by email or phone: