In September 2020 the First Minister announced an Independent Review of Adult Social Care in Scotland, to be chaired by Derek Feeley. The Feeley Report was published in February 2021 and recommended that a National Care Service be formed on an equal footing with the NHS to tackle problems in the delivery of adult social care.

In response, the Scottish Government have published a consultation paper and an Easy Read version  that sets out its proposals for the creation of a National Care Service.

We’ve put together a few questions, based on some of the content in the National Care Service consultation paper to inform Age Scotland’s response. This is your chance to tell us what you think is important.

This survey should take no more than 10 minutes to fill in, and all answers are completely voluntary.