Inclusion Survey

Diversity and inclusion are core Jewish values.  This survey seeks to capture the experiences of all our members around their abilities to access our programs, building and communal life.  We are trying to identify barriers to full accessibility, whether they are physical, architectural, sensory, social, intellectual, or educational.

The following questions will help you explain your and/or your family members’ needs to us so we can best address them.  Your answers will help us determine the best allocation of a limited amount of resources in the most intelligent way. 
 
NA
Self
Child
Partner
Parent
NA
Self
Child
Parent
Partner
NA
ADA compliant website
Large print siddur or machzor
Audio loops
Educational support through the Religious School or Gan HaYeled
Yes
No
Rides and Parking
Physical Accommodations
Non-gendered restroom
Child care
Visual Accommodation
Audio Accommodation
Mental Health Sensitivity
Low Sensory Stimulation Areas or Events
Small Group Settings
Pairing with a supportive community member
Dial-in lines
Accessible Bimah and Podium
Educational Support
Other
NA
Shabbat, holiday, and daily prayer services
Lectures & Musical Concerts
Religious School
Gan HaYeled Preschool
Lifelong Learning
Torah Study
Mikvah
Lifecycle Events
Pastoral Counseling
Leadership/Committees
Library/Book Clubs
Meals
Social Action
Sisterhood
Chesed
HAZAK (55+)
Youth Program
YP@AI (young professionals)
Mindfulness Programs
Other
80+
65 - 79
45 - 64
23 - 44
18 - 22
Middle or high school age
Elementary age
Age 5 or under
NA
Yes
No
Yes
No

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