WARSAW — Several entities are teaming together for a survey that looks at wellness issues in Kosciusko County.
The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, Live Well Kosciusko, Kosciusko County Community Foundation, K21 Health Foundation and the Zimmer Biomet Foundation recently announced they are partnering with Gallup, a renowned research and analytics firm. This partnership will serve as a way to survey the wellbeing of Kosciusko County residents this fall.
The survey will provide information on the overall physical, financial, social, career and community wellbeing of those who live in Kosciusko County. The organizations spearheading this survey will then use the data they receive to compare the wellbeing of Kosciusko County to national benchmarks, identify and prioritize areas of focus for future improvements to wellbeing and collaborate to create the next steps. This is part of their commitment to keep Kosciusko County a vibrant and healthy community.
Kosciusko County residents will be randomly selected to participate in the survey. In order to ensure that accurate results are obtained, it is of the utmost importance that those who are selected complete the survey. Selected individuals will not be able to be replaced by someone else. All answers will remain confidential and Gallup will not release any personal information.
The organizations involved with this survey are excited to use the data they receive from Gallup to help improve the wellbeing of Kosciusko County residents.