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Carers services engagement

The All Age Carers Strategy jointly developed by Staffordshire County Council and the six Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in Staffordshire, has been revised and redesigned following a 12-week period of public consultation.

Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to fill in surveys, attend a drop-in session or has otherwise been in touch with us to give their views on the strategy; your views and experiences have been invaluable.

The strategy is now in the final stages of approval. Following approval our task will be to deliver on the ambitions and priorities set out in the strategy, as well as look at the contracts we currently have in place. With this in mind, the council want to hear from you to understand what information, advice and support makes the biggest positive difference to carer’s lives and how assessment and support services for carers could be delivered in the future.   

Online surveys                 

We have developed three questionnaires:

The survey will be open until 5pm on the 3 January 2020 to give people the best opportunity to respond. The responses that people give us through this survey will remain anonymous.

We have also organised a number of drop-in sessions across the county if you would like to speak to our officers and give your views. 

Drop-in sessions


Date: Monday 25 November 2019
Time: 10am – 2pm

Northfield Centre, Magnolia Avenue, (off Cooperative Street) Stafford ST16 3DU (if using a SatNav please use ST16 3BZ) 


Date: Thursday 28 November 2019
Time: 10am – 2pm

Newcastle Complex Needs Day Service, Wilmot Drive, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 9AZ (please use the rear entrance by the car park)


Date: Monday 2 December 2019
Time: 10am – 2pm

Tamworth Library, Corporation Street, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B79 7DN

You can also write to us at the following postal address:

Taryn Poole
All Age Disability & Mental Health Commissioning Team
Staffordshire County Council
Staffordshire Place 1
Tipping Street
ST16 2DH

Email your views to wholelifedisability@staffordshire.gov.uk.

Or alternatively call us on: 0300 111 8010 and arrange for a Commissioner to give you a call back.

Paper surveys

A printable version of the questionnaires can be found using the following links for you to print and return via post if you would prefer not to submit them online.

Or you can request a paper copy of the survey, via email or telephone using the details above.

We want to reach as many carers as possible, so we would be grateful if you could share our leaflet (4.12 MB) with other carers or organisations and professionals whom you think may like to contribute their views. 

More information

Please see our frequently asked questions.

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