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Living with Dementia or Memory Loss (suspected dementia) in Cornwall

Carer experience of services and support
Healthwatch Cornwall and Cornwall Memory Cafe Network would like to hear about carer experience of dementia and memory loss services and support in Cornwall. We are working with local system partners to develop and improve services and support for people living with dementia and memory loss, and for their carers. Healthwatch Cornwall is an independent, publicly-funded organisation. We are here to make sure health and social care services in Cornwall are the best they can be for people, now and in the future.

We would like to understand your experiences as a carer/as someone who has recently been a carer of a person with either memory loss (suspected dementia), or a diagnosis of dementia. By carer we mean someone who helps another person, usually a relative or friend, in their day-to-day life.
Our survey takes around 10 to 15 minutes to complete and asks you about:
• Diagnosis
• Services you have accessed – what’s worked well and what you would like to see improved
• What we can learn from how services changed during the pandemic

We are working with PFA Research Ltd. to administer the survey.
To complete the survey, please agree to Healthwatch Cornwall and PFA Research Ltd. processing your information in line with General Data Protection Regulations. All your answers will be anonymised. This means that anything that might identify you in any comments you make will be removed before sharing with Cornwall Memory Cafe Network and other service providers, and before publishing in reports. For more information, please see Healthwatch Cornwall’s privacy policy.

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