The Care Quality Commission care survey
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At a glance

The Care Quality Commission, The independent regulator of health and social care in England, is calling for feedback from people aged over 55. Your feedback, collected via an online survey, could help to improve health and social care services.

The Care Quality Commission is keen to hear from people aged 55 and over in connection with their experiences of care services.

Research undertaken by the Care Quality Commission shows that people in this age group:

  • are most likely to believe giving feedback on care makes a difference
  • are least likely to think care has improved during the pandemic
  • often use care services more than other age groups
  • often support family and friends using health and social care services

Feedback is collected via an online survey and help is available over the phone should you require it.   For more information about the survey, visit the The Care Quality Commission website.

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