Race Equality Foundation survey: accessibility of services
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If you work in a Black, Asian & minority ethnic led voluntary/community organisation which supports people from these backgrounds living with dementia, The Race Equality Foundation would like to hear from you.

This survey is part of a project by the Race Equality Foundation funded by the Health and Wellbeing Alliance, looking at the accessibility and acceptability of services which support Black, Asian and minority ethnic people with dementia coming out of hospital and returning home.

The information provided by people taking part in the survey will be written up anonymously, and the findings will inform recommendations to the Department of Health and Social Care and NHSE/I.

The aim of this research is to better understand what organisations are doing to help people to live their lives and be more independent in their homes and communities.

The survey runs until 31st January 2022. For more information, visit the Race Equality Foundation Twitter account, or access the survey directly here.

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