A carer is someone who provides support to a family member or friend who could not manage without the help. This includes caring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems. All the care they give is unpaid.                                                                                                                        
The information collated through this survey will be used to create a greater understanding of carers needs within the Armed Forces community in Dorset.

This project is being carried out by Defence Medical Welfare Services (DMWS) alongside PramaLife

Question Title

* 1. Please tick the box(es) that best descibe you.

Question Title

* 2. Which branch of the Military are you or your Family/Friend connected to? (Which includes National Service)

Question Title

* 3. What is your age category?

Question Title

* 4. Please state which area of Dorset you live in.

Question Title

* 5. Are you registered with your GP as a member of the Armed Forces Community?

Question Title

* 6. Do you class yourself as a carer, or are you someone who is cared for? (see definition at top of page)

Question Title

* 7. Please provide a brief description of the health condition/disability of the cared for person

Question Title

* 8. Do you feel that you or your carer have enough support?

Question Title

* 9. Do you feel that being a carer has a negative impact on the carers physical or mental health?

Question Title

* 10. As a carer do you juggle caring responsibilities with paid work or full time education?

Question Title

* 11. Are you aware of what support services are available?

Question Title

* 12. Are you registered with your GP as a carer?

Question Title

* 13. What could be done to make your life easier?

Question Title

* 14. Are you happy to be contacted to discuss the above questions in further detail? If so please complete the boxes below.
Your details will not be shared with anyone, or used for any other pupose.

Page1 / 1
 
100% of survey complete.

T