CPA Survey 2020

CPA Member Survey – Business continuity: Deadline 27 May 2020§

As part of our ongoing work in representing the views of care providers and the major issues affecting the sector with the Department of Health and Social Care and senior government officials, we have drawn on the feedback provided in previous surveys to press for action on the urgent need for PPE supplies and testing in social care, funding and the vast issues relating to the workforce. There has been some improvement, but we know that more needs to be done.

With the rapid pace of change, we want to keep abreast with the specific issues affecting service provision and invite you to take part in this survey to tell us your views.

Your feedback is extremely important and is an opportunity to make sure your experience and views are represented to the government, so that the right planning and actions can be taken to support all care providers. 

Be assured that we will keep doing all we can to expedite progress with senior government officials to make sure social care is centre stage in policy decisions.

Care providers are invited to please complete the survey by end of day on Wednesday 27th May 2020.

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CPA survey: March 2020 findings§

We are delighted to report that 223 care providers took part in our survey on Contingency Planning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey went live on Tuesday 17th March and closed on Thursday 26th March 2020. Providers taking part represented a broad range of care provision in the sector supporting a wide variety of service user groups.

A copy of the key findings from the survey is available here.

As part of our ongoing work in representing the views of care providers and the major issues affecting the sector with the Department of Health and Social Care, we have drawn on the feedback provided to press for action on the urgent need for PPE supplies and testing in social care, funding and the vast issues relating to the workforce.

We continue to work tirelessly to resolve the issues raised in the survey and are very aware of the pressures and challenges experienced by providers in the sector. Be assured that we are doing all we can to expedite progress with senior government officials.