Adult carers in Wolverhampton are being encouraged to complete a national survey if they are contacted to do so.
The Personal Social Services Survey of Adult Carers in England takes place every 2 years, with the latest getting underway this month. It will select a random sample of people who are, or were, a carer during the last 12 months.
The survey, managed by NHS England, seeks to find out whether services received by carers aged 18 and over are helping them in their caring role and their life outside of caring, and their perception of the services provided to the person they care for.
It also asks carers about their quality of life, the impact of services on their quality of life, and their general health and wellbeing.
The survey will run until the end of November. Those carers selected to take part in the survey will be sent a questionnaire by post, including a freepost return envelope. All responses are confidential. The City of Wolverhampton Council will analyse the results and share them anonymously with NHS England.