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Getting care

In Control and Disability Rights UK have set up a register to record people’s experiences of getting health, social care and treatment for Covid-19 during the time of the pandemic. They want to hear the experiences of disabled people and people with long-term health conditions, their carers and family members, both good and bad, of getting support. Report your experience of getting care or treatment during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic here.

Human rights

The UK Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights (JCHR) is currently holding an inquiry into the UK Government’s response to Covid-19. This inquiry is looking at how people’s human rights may have been affected. This survey is for people who access (or are trying to access) care and support, their family members and people who care about them. You can take part in the survey here.

Having your say – carers’ views

This survey from the Carers Trust is for unpaid carers, to help us understand your needs and influence the future support available to unpaid carers from the government. Click here to complete the survey.

Keeping in touch

The University of Hull has a new research project aiming to explore the experiences of the families and friends of people living in care homes, around staying connected and in touch during the pandemic. If you have experiences in this area, you could contribute via this survey.

Coronavirus – sibling experiences

You can read about the experiences of other adult siblings during the pandemic, here.

 


This page was last updated: October 28th 2020

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