Carers Survey Headline Results 2017 -2022
2-yearly Carers Survey Headline Results 2017-22
Every other year Devon County Council participates in a national survey of unpaid carers of adults receiving social care support, asking them same questions alongside the other 150 local authorities with social care responsibility in England.
1D – Carer-reported quality of life
It combines responses to questions on: occupation, control, personal care, safety, social participation and encouragement and support.
|Outcome, 12 maximum score||8.1||7.3||7.1||7.0|
|Rank out of 150 Local Authorities||41st||114th||105th||94th|
1I2 – Proportion of carers who reported that they had as much social contact as they would like
|Rank out of 150 Local Authorities||62nd||129th||130th||140th|
3B – Overall satisfaction of carers with social services for the care-for person
|Rank out of 150 Local Authorities||78th||87th||77th||40th|
3C – Proportion of carers who report that they have been included or consulted in discussion about the person they care for
|Rank out of 150 Local Authorities||61st||69th||85th||42nd|
3D2 – Proportion of carers who find it easy to find information about services
|Rank out of 150 Local Authorities||82nd||86th||58th||19th|