CCA Survey On Long-Term Care Facilities

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The Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) is conducting a survey of the Canadian celiac community to gain perspective on positive experiences or challenges facing people with celiac disease currently living in a long-term care facility or those feeling anxious about moving themselves or family into one.

  • The survey takes approximately 6 minutes to complete
  • Information provided on the survey will be anonymous and confidential
  • Findings will be used by CCA to identify gaps, suggest recommendations and/or tools to improve the quality of care for community members living or heading into a long-term care facility.

To complete the survey, click on the following linkhttps://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LTDCeliac

For more information or if you have any questions about the survey, please contact Zaynab Al-Nuaimi at [email protected].

CCA 2017 National Survey

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cca logoThe Canadian Celiac Association is the national voice for all Canadians adversely affected by gluten. To make sure we are working on your behalf as best we can, we are planning to review of our priorities and the support, awareness and advocacy work we do.

You are a valuable member of our online community, and we would greatly appreciate it if you could take around ten minutes and complete a short survey to help us as we move forward. We’d request your input no later than March 18.

All Canadians with a “gluten problem” are invited to participate. All opinions are welcome.

Link to the survey: https://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/LJXqTryd

Thank you very much for adding your voice. We actively use feedback to improve our organisation and provide the gluten-free community with the best possible service. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at [email protected]

Mark Johnson
Board of Directors
Canadian Celiac Associatio

Take our membership survey

Take our chapter surveyOver the summer, Chapter executive came up with a short 10 question survey to better understand YOUR thoughts on our chapter events and meetings and your needs as a CCA Member.

Please take a few minutes to click the link below. The questions are multiple choice and should take you less than 5 minutes to complete.

All responses are anonymous. Please use the comment boxes to provide any additional feedback; we are interested in what YOU have to say!

We hope to share some initial responses at this Sunday’s potluck!

CLICK TO TAKE THE SURVEY

Survey: More see gluten-free foods as healthier choice

Courtesy Vitacost.com

vitacost.com logoIf it seems like “gluten free” is the new dieting catchphrase, you’re not imagining it. The vast majority of consumers responding to a new survey by Vitacost.com, Inc., a online retailer of health and wellness products, said they choose to eat gluten-free foods. Close to half of the 1,484 individuals who responded said they follow an exclusively gluten-free diet, while 38% choose “some” gluten-free products. Those who don’t eat gluten-free foods say the products are too expensive.

The nationwide survey asked individuals about their efforts to follow a gluten-free diet and delved into reasons why consumers avoid gluten. Forty percent said they choose gluten-free foods because they tend to have an upset stomach after eating foods containing this protein, which is found in wheat, barley and rye. Meanwhile, 31% choose gluten-free foods because they see them as the “healthier” option. Only 13% of those taking the survey said they had celiac disease, a condition diagnosed with a blood test.

“We have seen increased interest in our gluten-free products and conducted this survey to better understand consumer needs and concerns around this specialty diet,” stated David Zucker, Ph.D., Chief Marketing Officer.