Gaddum and LGBT Foundation are carrying out this survey to better understand LGBT+ carer's needs and to look at how services should be improved to better support LGBT+ carers. Many thanks to the LGBT+ Carers Co-production group for contributing towards the design of this survey. 

Information you choose to share with us may be used in policy and research documents which will be publicised. However you will not be identified by anything we include. All questions are optional. This survey should only take 5 minutes. Thank you. 

Please leave your email address or phone number at the end to enter into a prize draw to win one of four £25 Amazon vouchers. Please note that only valid responses will be entered into the prize draw (people who identify as LGBT+, are carers and live in the UK).  

This survey closes on the 28th of February. 

If you have any questions regarding this survey or would like to provide any further feedback please email

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1. Do you give permission for Gaddum and LGBT Foundation to anonymously use any information you provide in this survey?

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2. Do you consider yourself to be a carer?
(A carer is someone of any age who supports, unwaged, a relative, partner or friend who due to physical or mental illness, disability, frailty or addiction could not manage without that support. A carer does not always live with the person they care for, or care for them full time)

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3. Who do you care for? (tick all that are appropriate)

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4. Thinking about your own needs, what is most important to you as a carer?

  Very important  Important  Neither important or unimportant  Not particularly important  Very unimportant
Mental wellbeing 
Physical health 
Respite/ break
Having someone trusted to talk to 
Socialising with friends/ family 
Feeling financially stable 
Professional support 
Being in contact with others in LGBT communities 

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5. Have you ever accessed support services that provide help around your needs as a carer?

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