The Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership provide health and social care services in the City. They are currently evaluating the Carers Strategy for Aberdeen and are keen to find out more about what is important to our carers.
One in ten people in Aberdeen has an unpaid caring role, meaning that almost 20,000 people in the area are informal or unpaid carers. A carer is generally defined as a person of any age who provides unpaid help and support to a relative, friend or neighbour who due to illness or disability cannot manage to live independently without the carer’s help. For the purposes of this survey we do not mean a care worker who is in paid to deliver a service.
If you are or have been a Carer, or if someone close to you has undertaken a caring role then your views are important to the Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership.
Have your say by completing the survey.