Carers’ Voice Survey

by admin | 9th July 2013



Carers’ Voice aims to give unpaid carers in Wiltshire the opportunity to have their say on services that can help them and the person they care for.

The Carers’ Voice survey is a research tool managed by Wiltshire Council in partnership with Carer Support Wiltshire and NHS Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Groups, who are committed to involving carers in planning and making recommendations about services.

A Carer is someone who provides unpaid care and support to a family member, partner, friend or neighbour who can’t manage on their own because of physical or mental ill health, disability or problems with drug and alcohol use.

The theme of this edition of the Carers’ Voice survey is “Time for yourself” and is mainly addressing respite and breaks. We would like to invite carers to complete this online using the Wiltshire Council web-link:

Those without computer access can request a paper copy from Carer Support Wiltshire who will then enter the survey on your behalf.

We would welcome input from any carer aged 18 and over who is caring for an adult or child with physical and/or learning disabilities, mental health needs, or problems with substance misuse. All information is held securely and will not be passed to anyone else or used for marketing or other purposes.

All carers registered with Carer Support Wiltshire will automatically be asked whether they would like to participate, but if you are a carer who is not registered with Carer Support Wiltshire, please do make contact on 0800 181 4118, or email: or via our website:

The closing date for survey submissions is 30 September 2013.

 Please click here to download the poster.


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