The All Party Parliamentary Group on Adult Social Care is seeking views from the sector and the public on the future of the sector through its first ever inquiry.
It states that the challenges facing adult social care have been debated and discussed and it is now time to focus on finding solutions and supporting best practice.
The aim of the All Party Parliamentary Group inquiry is to examine the value of adult social care to communities and individuals. It will therefore seek to collect perspectives from all those in the adult social care sector, including providers, commissioners, the people who use adult social care services and their families.
The All Party Parliamentary Group for Adult Social Care wants to understand as many views as possible on the current and future landscape of adult social care services, and would like to find examples and evidence of where things are working well and where they need improvement.
The short survey features questions specifically for those using care and also for those working in care, including questions on what it is like to work in the sector and what people would change if they were given the opportunity. There are also questions on what the All Party Parliamentary Group should and shouldn't focus on and how technology can be utilised to support the work in the sector. Respondents are encouraged to only the questions they feel able to.
An accessible version of this survey can be arranged by emailing ASCAPPG@mailpbconsulting.com.