This statistical report (29 pages) contains findings from the 2021–22 Survey of Adult Carers in England – SACE, 2021-22). The document aims to provide useful information on caregiver realities and experiences, both for those who plan or provide caregiver services and for the caregivers who use these services. More generally, the report, whose first pages present survey highlights and figures, targets anyone interested in the care provided by caregivers. It also provides further references for anyone wanting to know more about the survey and its results.
The SACE is a national survey that takes place every other year. It seeks the opinions of carers aged 18 or over on a number of topics related to their realities and responsibilities; how being a carer affects their quality of life (financial/social); and their needs and support experiences, including how they perceive the quality of the information and services received.