Kingston Carers’ Strategy

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Kingston’s Carers Strategy is being refreshed to make sure we're able to support the needs of Kingston's carers.


The strategy will be created by the council in partnership with carers, Kingston Carers’ Network and South West London CCG. It will set out the borough’s 3 year plan for supporting carers, including young carers and young adult carers. (Carers, in this context, are unpaid carers, some of whom may prefer to regard themselves as family, friends or neighbours.)


We want to make sure the voices of carers in Kingston are at the centre of how we plan services and support in the future.


To help us shape the new policy, we would like to ask you some questions and hear about your experiences about how things are now, and how they could be improved.


We will use this information to make sure our action plans for the next 3 years focus on what is most important to carers of all ages in Kingston.


We also want to know how to provide adult respite services in the future; how we can best support the person, their unpaid carer or family member.


This questionnaire is anonymous unless you want to tell us who you are. The survey will be available until 31 October 2021.

If you prefer, there is also EasyRead version of the survey available here.

If you would like help with completing this survey or would like this survey in a different format, please contact Nathalie Wilson, Service Development Officer at nathalie.wilson@kingston.gov.uk


Local support for unpaid carers in the Royal Borough of Kingston:


National support:

Kingston’s Carers Strategy is being refreshed to make sure we're able to support the needs of Kingston's carers.


The strategy will be created by the council in partnership with carers, Kingston Carers’ Network and South West London CCG. It will set out the borough’s 3 year plan for supporting carers, including young carers and young adult carers. (Carers, in this context, are unpaid carers, some of whom may prefer to regard themselves as family, friends or neighbours.)


We want to make sure the voices of carers in Kingston are at the centre of how we plan services and support in the future.


To help us shape the new policy, we would like to ask you some questions and hear about your experiences about how things are now, and how they could be improved.


We will use this information to make sure our action plans for the next 3 years focus on what is most important to carers of all ages in Kingston.


We also want to know how to provide adult respite services in the future; how we can best support the person, their unpaid carer or family member.


This questionnaire is anonymous unless you want to tell us who you are. The survey will be available until 31 October 2021.

If you prefer, there is also EasyRead version of the survey available here.

If you would like help with completing this survey or would like this survey in a different format, please contact Nathalie Wilson, Service Development Officer at nathalie.wilson@kingston.gov.uk


Local support for unpaid carers in the Royal Borough of Kingston:


National support:

Page last updated: 29 September 2021, 16:33