Because we all care: focus on carers

Page last updated: 12 May 2022

We all have different needs and different experiences of care. That's why it's important we all have our say, so health and social care works for everyone.

We want people to give us feedback on their experiences of care. It helps us do our job: we make sure health and social care services give people safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage services to improve.

We want to hear carers' unique point of view

We're keen to hear from everyone. This month we're focusing on unpaid carers. Perhaps you look after a family member, partner or friend - someone who relies on your support.

We've partnered with Carers UK and Healthwatch to make sure we hear from as many carers as possible.

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How you can help

After you visit your GP, your local hospital or another health or social care service, take a few minutes to fill in our simple online form.

We're interested in all experiences of care - good or bad.

Why feedback matters

What you tell us makes a real difference. It can help services to improve, both in your local area and across the country. It can also help reward the amazing efforts of the people that work in them.

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Find out more

Who we are

Campaign toolkit

If you're an organisation or charity that can help us promote the benefit of giving feedback on care experiences, we've put together a campaign toolkit full of materials you can use.

Use our toolkit

Join the conversation

Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter using the #BecauseWeAllCare hashtag.