The Children’s Society has created a survey to collect people’s experiences of local services supporting children and families and they want to hear from parents and kids.
The charity has been campaigning for more investment into local children’s services, and as we know many of you feel very strongly about these services, we would like to encourage you to offer constructive feedback on what would make this kind of support actually useful.
Rant if you need to, but give this organisation something to work with if you can.
We’ve added the survey in full in the gallery below so you can see the questions beforehand.
The Children’s Society says:
“Children’s services cover a very broad range of services and support, everything from children’s centres to fostering and adoption – and many of you will have an experience to share. It doesn’t matter if it was positive or negative, last week or 5 years ago – we want to hear it all.
Maybe you’ve got some insight into how cuts have impacted services in your area, or just something to say about the local youth club. We’ll use your words to paint a picture of why properly funded, well-delivered children’s services are so vital.”
You can take the survey here. Good luck.
Please note: Some options in the survey questions are not visible as we could not fit them all into the screenshot.