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Category: Consultations and surveys

IMPACT – have your say

9th June 2021

Share your views and make an IMPACT on adult social care via this short survey: https://bham.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9tnuKolsBb3OfGu IMPACT is a new centre to ‘improve outcomes for people who use services and their carers’ by ‘supporting the best use of evidence in adult social care’ across the UK. The IMPACT centre wants to hear from anyone involved … Read more

Whose care is it anyway? The Social Care Future inquiry

15th January 2021

Social Care Future have launched an inquiry into individual experience of social care. They are inviting participation from any one interested; whether you receive social care, care for a loved one, don’t qualify for support, work in social care or are someone who cares about this. Click here to find out more and have your … Read more

Small Good Stuff members invited to share their views to be in with a chance of winning £50

11th November 2020

As Small Good Stuff members we know how hard you work and how difficult recent times have been – we think you’re all amazing! We’re really keen to hear more about the work you do and some of the barriers you, your organisation and the people you work with on a wider level are coming … Read more

How can Health Education England best support you as a micro-provider?

21st August 2020

Health Education England (HEE) exists to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring that the workforce of today and tomorrow has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours, at the right time and in the right place. HEE has commissioned a piece of work … Read more

Because We All Care – new campaign from Healthwatch, CQC and partners

9th July 2020

Healthwatch, CQC and partners have launched a new campaign – ‘Because We All Care’ – which aims to encourage more people to share their experiences of care and to help the NHS and social care services identify and address quality issues and provide the best care possible. If you work for a health or social … Read more

Have your say on council plans for adult social care charges in Central Bedfordshire

31st January 2020

Central Bedfordshire Council are urging residents to have their say on changes to how they charge for adult social care. If you or a loved one accesses social care, or you’re planning for the future, these changes could affect you. The consultation opened this week and closes on 30 April 2020. Find out more and … Read more

Proposed increase in regulatory fees for CQC registered providers – have you had your say?

18th December 2018

CQC have opened a consultation about their proposed fee increases in 2019-20 for CQC registered community care providers. The proposed increase also affects dental specialists and residential social care. CQC are asking for your views on their proposals by 17th January 2019. You can tell CQC what you think about their proposals by filling in a … Read more

TLAP Care Act survey for people with care and support needs, and carers

13th September 2016

Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) is running a survey that asks how much of a difference the Care Act has made in the experience of people with care and support needs, and their carers.  There have been many Care Act surveys, but this one will be the first that specifically seeks their views. The results of … Read more

Personalised Support Survey

16th June 2016

If you are a service provider working to support people to lead lives as full and active citizens, included in their communities, the Centre for Welfare Reform needs your help by taking part in a survey that they are carrying out. The aim of the survey is to establish how much progress service providers are making and … Read more

Research on social investment in smaller charities

26th October 2015

The Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR) has started researching the experience of small and medium-sized charities in seeking, securing and managing social investment. IVAR plans to share what is learnt at key stages during the research. This will include three main elements: a review of existing evidence for insights into the experiences of small and … Read more