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National survey launched to help care workers get their voices heard

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A new survey has been rolled out to better understand and represent the feelings of care workers across the country.

The National Care Awareness Survey launched by ROAR B2B, the organiser behind the Home Care Expo, in partnership with the National Care Association, the Care Workers’ Charity and the National Care Forum.

The survey aims to gather honest insight from the care industry, raise the profile of carers and better represent small care businesses across the UK.

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ROAR B2B group managing director Bradley Maule-ffinch said: “We’re pleased to announce the launch of this national survey, which aims to better understand and represent the feelings of care workers across the country. We’re providing a platform for care workers to raise their thoughts on key topics such as the national care reform and giving care owners and small businesses an opportunity to have their say.”

The survey is split into four key sections and asks for opinions on topics such as representation of care workers, social care reform, vaccinations, sustainable care initiatives, industry events, care funding, and other challenges within the care industry.

Many questions are open-ended to allow recipients to express their thoughts and feelings.

Responses will remain anonymous; however, recipients will have the option to leave their email should they wish to enter the £200 Spa break competition – they can complete the survey here.

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