Accessing Health and Social Care Services – Survey

Posted on 22nd October 2015 by

In partnership with Healthwatch Brighton and Hove, ASpire is conducting research into the barriers adults with Asperger’s/Autism Spectrum conditions may experience when accessing local healthcare and social care services.

It is really important to us that you have a voice when it comes to how health and social care services are delivered. ASpire and some of its service users have put together a survey as a way you can feedback and let local services know about what works well and what improvements or ideas you have to make things better.

So, we would be grateful if you would let us know your opinions by answering the online survey here.

We really welcome parents’ and carers’ feedback too.

The project is funded by the local watchdog for health and social care services, Healthwatch Brighton and Hove.


bullet point is all about people like you
bullet point is here to give you a stronger voice about how local health and social care services are delivered for you, your family and community
bullet point can give you the opportunity to create a health and care system that really meets your needs
bullet point enables you to make informed choices about your health and wellbeing by assisting with your concerns or complaints about these services

As part of this research we will also be conducting interviews, focus groups, and gathering case studies, with a view to better understanding the barriers faced when accessing healthcare and adult social care services.

This is an opportunity for you to provide a more detailed description of your experiences, give your ideas for improvements and allow us to further ascertain the issues faced whilst trying to access these services. You can find out how to be further involved at the end of the survey.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this. If you would like to discuss this further please contact ASpire on 01273 725994 or email us at

If you would like a paper copy of the survey to be sent to you please let us know.

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