Targeted Funding Supports Survey:

People with lived experience AND families, informal carers, partners neighbours or loved ones 

Irish and international policy has for many years favoured “ageing in place” or provision of care in the home.
Traditionally informal care has been provided by family, friends, neighbours and partners. 

We would like to invite people to help outline targeted funding supports that may help to improve family life and increase realisation of human rights for the person receiving long term care.  

Those who have lived experience of long-term care and those with experience of supporting someone needing long term care are invited to complete this survey.

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* 1. A voucher or subsidy scheme for taxis would improve social, civil and legal participation for the person.

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* 2. A voucher or subsidy scheme for taxis would improve accessibility to public health services

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* 3. A voucher or subsidy scheme for cleaning, catering or other household maintenance services would help people to maintain an adequate standard of living at home

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* 4. An opportunity to register as an informal carer - enabling informal carers to seek time off work and receive compensation for this - would help carers to provide support for public health appointments

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* 5. The availability of home care support at week-ends would help people to manage.

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* 6. These funding supports are relevant to my situation.

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* 7. These funding supports are not relevant to my situation

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