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Carers survey

Can you help?

  • Do you spend several hours a day caring for an adult aged 18-65 years old with aphasia?
  • Would you like to influence change in services that allow carers to take a break? 

If the answer to both of these questions is 'yes' then King's College would like to hear from you. King's College London has been commissioned by the Department of Health to find out about carers need for and experience of replacement care services (also known as respite care). 

The study aims to find out whether people who care for adults aged between 18-65 years old with a long term neurological condition can get the replacement care/respite care they need in order to have more freedom outside their caring role.
They also want to know what carers’ past experiences of this type of care have been like and what a ‘five star’ service would be like.

They would like carers to complete a survey to help them to do this. You can do this online or complete a paper-based survey. Complete the survey and find out more

For more information, please contact David Williams on 020 7848 5418
email: [email protected]
or write to (there is no need to use a stamp):

LTNC Care Study,
King’s College London
Palliative Care, Policy, and Rehabilitation,
Weston Education Centre,
Cutcombe Road,
London, SE5 9RJ