A chance for you to have your voice heard - take part in surveys to give feedback to Carers in Bedfordshire and other organisations.
Have your say about Carers in Bedfordshire
Carers in Bedfordshire remains committed to providing a high quality service to everyone who contacts us or uses our services. One way we are able to do this is through feedback from carers who access our support. We would like to hear your feedback and thoughts on our organisation, whether it's a compliment, comment or complaint.
We welcome all feedback so please do get in touch by filling in this Have your Say Feedback form
Current Carers in Bedfordshire surveys
Carers in Bedfordshire is currently running their 2019 survey of Adult Carers. This survey is used to gather information on your caring situation, on the support you have received and how helpful that support has been. This information will be used to help shape our services over the next years. Take part here
- Customer Satisfaction Survey - Have you accessed a service or attended a group? How did we do? Let us know here.
Other local surveys
As a result of the NHS 10 Year Plan the local Healthwatch’s are asking people for their feedback on how local social and healthcare services should be developed in the next 10 years.
Central Bedfordshire Healthwatch
Currently has a general What Would You Do? survey. It is also holding focus events for people living with cancer and for people with a learning disability.
- Thurs 18 April – Houghton Regis
- Fri 26 April – Shefford
- Mon 29 April – Flitwick
- Weds 1 May – Biggleswade
Central Bedfordshire Parent Carer Forum (SNAP)
Is currently running a survey on local services. If you are a parent of a child with autism or special educational needs living in Central Bedfordshire you can take part here
The State of Caring 2019
Carers UK is currently carrying out an annual survey into the state of caring throughout the UK. The results will help them raise the needs of carers at a national level. Closes 24 May. Take part here
National Autistic Society
It has been 10 years since the Autism Act was passed. The National Autistic Society is asking people to complete their survey so they can see how the strategy has impacted people’s lives and to identify what still needs to change. Take part here
Learning disability and autism training for health and care staff
The Government is asking people to comment on proposals to introduce mandatory learning disability and autism training for health and care staff. Closes 12 April 19. Take part here
Improving MND Care Survey
The MND Society is running a survey around health, social and continuing care experiences. The information gathered will provide invaluable insight into the experiences of people living with MND and their carers and helps to shape our future priorities and activities. Closes 19 April. Take part here