Do you use or provide care and support services in North Wales? We would like to know what you think about the care and support available at the moment and how it could be improved.
If you would prefer to answer the questions over the phone, please contact Eluned Yaxley on 01824 712041. If you would like to contact us using a British Sign Language interpreter, you can do so using the InterpretersLive! service, provided by Sign Solutions.
Please complete the survey by 1 October 2021.
Alternative versions of the survey
Young people’s version
Under 25? Please complete the young people’s survey by 11 October 2021.
British Sign Language version
About the survey
Care and support includes help with day-to-day living because of physical or mental illness or disability for people of all ages. It includes children and young people with experience of foster care or adoption as well as unpaid carers who provide support to family or friends.
We last published a full report into the services needed in 2017 and since then we’ve produced updates about carers, learning disability, dementia and the impact of Covid-19 on all groups. These reports are available on our website: Population Needs Assessments.
We will also be using information from other engagement activities, so if you have already given similar feedback about services in North Wales to a local council or health board, there is no need to complete this questionnaire as well. However, if you have any feedback or reports you think would be useful for the project, please email us at email@example.com. There is more information about the projects we are working with on our website: engagement activity.
The survey is being carried out by the North Wales Regional Partnership Board, which was set up as part of the Social Services and Well-being Act to improve how health and care services are delivered and to improve the well-being of the population.
The information you provide will be used to improve health and social care services and a summary of findings will be published on the Regional Partnership Board website. We plan to publish a list of organisations that took part in the consultation but we won’t include people’s names or any other information that could identify individuals.