Task Survey / Gift Survey
August 26, 2011
Updated July 3, 2018
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I was at the Disability Concerns Conference in Kitchener this year, and one of the sessions I went to they talked about a different kind of gift survey they did in their church, where they matched people up with a specific task and what the member offered to do. It was to do with specific tasks, such as cutting lawn, drivers, doing groceries, etc. I was wondering if I could have that list of tasks so I can help develop one for our church. Thanks, Grace.
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Thanks for coming to the conference last spring and for your question. We've been asking around to find more information about the gift survey you refer to, but have not yet found anyone who remembers. Here are some surveys on the Disability Concerns website (though not exactly what you are looking for): Discerning needs. To care, one must know the needs. Healthy churches will work to determine the unique needs of each person and family in their congregation. Here are three questionnaires which care teams can use: questionnaire for parents of children with a disability, questionnaire for people with disabilities and caregivers, and check list for councils and church leadership.
Perhaps someone else remembers the church that did the survey Grace asks about?
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