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Do you care for someone with autism?

Do you care for someone with autism? Is going to the doctor or being admitted to hospital a worrying experience for them? Autism Bedfordshire want to hear about the healthcare experiences of autistic adults and their carers across of the East of England. Your feedback will help them improve services across the area.   Click […]

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Are you caring for someone with a learning disability?

If you are caring for someone with a learning disability, you are being asked to give your views to help the health needs of people with a learning disability who live in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough be better understood. This survey is part of engagement work being done by Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council […]

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Are you a young person helping to look after a parent, brother, sister or grandparent?

Are you a young person helping to look after a parent, brother, sister or grandparent? Carers Trust are really keen to hear about the pressures you face in your caring role. If you are aged under 25 years old, you can share your experiences and what support would help you in a short survey. All […]

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Are you 25 years old or under and provide unpaid care for a family member or friend?

Carers Trust has launched a survey to find out about the pressures and challenges young carers and young adult carers face. They are especially keen to hear how you have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and what support you need. Your feedback will form part of a report to be published on Young Carers […]

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Parent carer wellbeing survey – could you share your experiences

If you care for a child with a disability or long-term illness, you are being invited to take part in a parent carer wellbeing study. Funded by National Institute for Health Research this study is being carried out by researchers from the University of Exeter, University of Bristol, Cardiff University and the University of Southern […]

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Carers, have your say on social care reforms and what matters to you

Carers Trust are calling on carers to take part in a survey and have their say on reforms to the social care system and what matters to them. The online survey takes around 15 minutes to complete, and all information is kept anonymous. The information you share in the survey will help improve the support […]

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Consultation on making coronavirus vaccinations mandatory for care staff

Do you care for someone who lives in a care home for older adults? Carers Trust – a national charity we are a network partner of – is asking for your help to shape their response to some government proposals on making the coronavirus vaccine mandatory for staff who work in older adult care homes, other […]

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