Share your experiences of home care services
8 June 2012
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) – the government body
responsible for regulating and inspecting heath and social care
services in England – is looking for people to take part in a
survey about home care services.
Over the coming months, they will be conducting
250 unannounced inspections of home care services and they want
to hear your experiences.
We're campaigning for urgent reform of the care and support system in England.
About the survey
If you have experience of home care services, whether it's
through receiving care yourself, if you know someone who has
received care or if you are a carer, then you can complete the
CQC's online survey.
They will use this information to inform their inspections,
which will take place later in the year.
Each survey takes around 20 minutes to complete. All information
will be treated as confidential.
The surveys close at the end of August 2012.
Fair care for people with Parkinson's
The information the CQC collects from its inspections of home
care services will help to improve these services for people with
conditions like Parkinson's and their
families and carers.
We're campaigning for urgent reform of
the care and support system in England. Underfunding for these
vital services leads to poor care for people with Parkinson's who
rely on it.
Share your experiences of care services (good or bad). Email us
or call 020 7963 9307