‘What Good Looks Like’ Survey

The government wants to improve the lives of people with a learning disability and autistic people.

This work is called, “Building the Right Support”.

To do this the Board have asked people with lived experience from the help and wellbeing alliance to work with the Local Government Association (LGA), Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) and Care Quality Commission (CQC) to find out what people think good support looks like.

We need your help

We want to find out what people in our community think good support looks like.

We must ask autistic people and people with a learning disability about this.

We are also asking family carers to respond with the person or from their own point of view.

You can help us by doing this survey.

When we have listened to what people have said we will write a report.

The report will share what we have learned. We will share how good services and support were made so that other areas can learn how to do it.

If you like, you can ask a friend, relative or an advocate to help you with the questions.

It is your views that we are interested in. Those helping you should support you to tell us your views.

To take part in this survey please click here

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