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The 2010 Survey Results Are In!
Thank you so much for all your amazing feedback.
For the full survey report click here
We are so grateful to be serving such a wonderful community. Over the next little while, we will work toward instituting some of the changes you’ve recommended.
In the meantime, this is a small sample of what you’ve had to say about us:
“The commitment to community and diversity (and social justice, like the post G20 drop-in), the respect for queer and indigenous rights.”
“A caring, nurturing, and professional atmosphere. Accessible, holistic heath care. A business model that is open inclusive to diversity.”
“The space itself is great – I love the warm feeling of the space, and the amazing natural lighting. The view is lovely too! I really like the community aspect of the clinic and appreciate how you make it more accessible with a sliding scale. Good ideas of the various workshops you offer.”
“Love it a lot. Really appreciate the anti-oppressive culture.”
“That my health and how I feel is treated seriously.”
“The windows/lighting are wonderful.”
“Trans-, mixed gender- and woman-positive space.”
“I love that when I come in, it’s calm and gentle and quiet, a little oasis in the madness of downtown Toronto. My health is always at the forefront of my acupuncturist’s treatment plan and I really feel like I’ve learned a lot about myself in this process. I’ve been coming for almost 2 years and I am sure it’s changed my lift. Thank you.”
“Sliding scale, community atmosphere, quality of care, inclusiveness, amazing amount of light and “sky” in the space.”
“Helped me with what once was chronic neck/back tension. Brought a sense of body awareness and health to my everyday life. Great friendly, caring staff.”
“Building community – it’s so innovative that you have started the first community acupuncture clinic with a sliding scale! So visionary.”
“I like the atmosphere, and the fact that the practitioners take me seriously, when few of the Western medical doctors I consulted did. They are so respectful and compassionate. Frankly, I feel guilty sometimes that they do so much good for so many people and so little money. I don’t know what I would have done without them.”
“Emphasis on accessible healthcare, practitioners.”
Forthcoming is the full report from Six Degrees Survey 2010. In it, we address your concerns, give feedback on what’s happening next with Six Degrees and comment on some of the suggestions you made.
Thank you for taking the time to give us this feedback; it is one of the best ways for us to assess the effectiveness of how we practice acupuncture and to
respond to your comments and suggestions.