Social Care for Older People in Wales PSP Engagement Summary

Contents

Gathering uncertainties

Methods used (e.g. survey, focus groups, interviews):

One survey for older people and carers, one survey for practitioners, both were available in Welsh and on paper and were adapted for use in prisons. An Easyread version of the survey for older people and carers was available on paper. Six groups completed the surveys, supported by local champions. One was a focus group of BAME older people and carers facilitated by the JLA Adviser.

  Number %
Total respondents (across all methods) 223 100
Total patients (i.e. older people in receipt of care and support) and carers  149 67
Total health and care professionals 74 33
Total number of original uncertainties submitted 703 100
Original uncertainties in scope 334 48
Original uncertainties out of scope 369 52

 

Interim prioritisation

Methods used (eg survey, focus groups, interviews): 

One survey hosted on Survey Monkey, available in Welsh.

  Number %
Total number of indicative questions (answered & unanswered) 35 100
Number of verified answered questions 0 0
Number of verified unanswered questions 35 100
Number of verified unanswered questions included in the interim prioritisation 35  
Total respondents (across all methods) 89 100
Total patients (i.e. older people in receipt of care and support) and carers 35 39
Total health and care professionals 54 61
Number of questions taken to final workshop 15  

 

Final priority setting workshop

  Number %
Total participants 20 100
Total patients (i.e. older people in receipt of care and support) and carers 16 80
Total health and care professionals 9 45

Notes:

Some of the workshop participants fell into more than one category, hence the total is more than 100%.