The Neurological Alliance has launched its second neurological patient experience survey. The survey aims to collect vital information about the experiences of care received by people affected by neurological conditions and help us to understand how much progress has been made in improving neurological services. The survey is open until September 30th and the Alliance welcomes responses from anyone with a neurological condition living in England. They will be using the survey findings to feed into a report early next year. The report will set out a comprehensive picture of what is happening in relation to neurological services and make recommendations about how care can be improved. This is without doubt a timely and exciting opportunity for the neurological community.
The Neurological Alliance needs your feedback to be able to make the strongest case to decision makers about how services need to change. [Insert organisation] fully supports the Neurological Alliance in its ambitions, and we welcome the survey as an important tool in measuring improvements to neurological services in the future. We really value your support and look forward to sharing the findings with you over the coming months.
Please do complete the survey and tell others about it – we would really like to have a higher proportion of brain injury survivors taking part – at the moment they have just 11 responses or 1% from this group!