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A chance for you to have your voice heard


We are happy to receive all types of feedback

Carers in Bedfordshire remains committed to providing a high-quality service to everyone who contacts us or uses our services. We expect you to be treated with courtesy and to find our organisation friendly and welcoming. If you are pleased with the service you’ve received, or if you are dissatisfied with any aspect of our work, then we would like to hear about it. Feedback provides an opportunity for us to assess and improve how we work.

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Working Together for Change – Carers Questionnaire

We have been asked to share this message with you from the team at Central Bedfordshire that commissions services for carers. Please do take time to complete the survey which will help them gain an understanding of your situation now and changes you might need to support you in the future.


Tracey Inkster, Commissioning Officer at Central Bedfordshire Council writes

You will also have the opportunity, in the survey,  to sign up to take part in a workshop to discuss services for carers and we would encourage you to take up this chance to work directly with people that develop and provide your support.

Within Adult Social Care we are keen to understand more about the current issues for carers in Central Bedfordshire so as to help us develop the carers offer for the future. To help us do this, we are working with an external partner using a process called ‘Working Together for Change’, which is a citizen-led approach for co-producing changes to services through person-centred commissioning and service development.

The approach uses information collected from local people to shine a light on what is working well, what is not working so well and what may need to change for the future, to ensure support is tailored to people’s needs and aspirations. A key part of ‘Working Together for Change’ is about involving local carers, therefore if you are a carer within Central Bedfordshire, we would be interested in hearing about the things that matter the most to you in your life as a whole. 

We would like to invite you to take a few minutes of your time to answer the 3 key questions in our survey, as your answers will help steer a workshop involving carers, planned for 2021. If you would like to be involved in this workshop, you can highlight your interest at the end of the questionnaire.

Working Together for Change – Carers Questionnaire Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/V79VL5X

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