About Dementia - Experiences of family carers of people living with dementia
1. About this survey
This survey is open to people living in Scotland who are currently, or have previously provided care or support to a person living with dementia. You do not have to be a family member of the person to fill this in, but the support you have given should not be in a paid capacity. The person you are responding about does not have to have received a formal dementia diagnosis for you to complete this. The survey should take around 10 minutes to complete.
The purpose of the survey is to find out about the experiences of Scotland-based carers/supporters of people living with dementia. We are particularly interested in hearing about examples of times you feel you have not received the support you should have done in your role. We would also like to find out how well you know your rights, or if you feel able to complain if they are not being met.
Answers to this survey are anonymous and will be stored in line with Age Scotland's Data Processing Policy [https://www.ageuk.org.uk/scotland/help/privacy-policy/]. We welcome hearing from you directly if you would like to tell us more about your experiences. There is space at the end to leave your contact details. Contact details will be stored separately from your answers and you will not be identifiable from any of your responses.
We are sorry that because of the scope of our funding, and the different devolved powers in the nations of the UK, this survey is not open to people living in England, Wales, or Northern Ireland.