New JSNA Bitesize on Carers survey 2018-19
NEW JSNA Bitesize on the Adult Social Care survey findings for Oxfordshire 2018-19 now available on Oxfordshire Insight showing that...
- 69% of adult carers with support or services in Oxfordshire were satisfied, just below the England average of 69.9% and just above the average for Shire counties of 68.5%;
- An above average and increasing proportion of carers in Oxfordshire reported feelings of stress and financial difficulties;
- Just under a third of carer respondents (31%) in Oxfordshire reported that they have had to see their own GP in the last 12 months because of their caring role, above the national average of 29%. This may reflect carers in Oxfordshire in poorer health and/or that carers are now more likely to seek support from their GP.
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