There is still time for carers in Denbighshire to have their say on what support would help them.
Denbighshire County Council is asking the county’s 11,600 carers to tell them how support can be improved in the survey which is part of its work to build independence and resilience in communities.
Cllr Bobby Feeley, the council’s lead member for Well-being and Independence, said: “Carers provide a lifeline through unpaid care and support to family members or friends who have a disability, illness or mental health condition.
“Caring can be a hugely rewarding experience but sometimes carers find it challenging to take care of their own well-being whilst caring.
“Supporting carers is a priority for the council and we want them to tell us how support can be improved - not just from social services but from other areas in the Council such as leisure services, libraries, housing and education.
“I would encourage adult carers in Denbighshire to take part in this survey.”
* The survey for carers aged over 18 closes on August 31 and you can take part via https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/AdultCarers