My Support My Choice is a joint project between the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) and Self Directed Support Scotland (SDSS), aiming to establish how self-directed support (SDS) works in practice for social care users across Scotland.
Social care users are defined as a person who gets support or services paid for by the council to help ensure that they can do everyday tasks.
They want to hear about the experiences of anyone receiving SDS, or who has been assessed in the last 12 months, regardless of the outcome of this process, and have launched an online survey to gather feedback.
They are particularly keen to hear from people in the Falkirk and wider Forth Valley areas.
The purpose of this project is to explore people’s experience of SDS, and promote existing good practice or future change that will enhance the experience. The survey is completely anonymous, and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
The project is ongoing, but in for their response to be included in the first reports, people are encouraged to respond before the end of August.
To submit your response, please visit the SDS website.
Alternatively, contact the My Support My Choice team by Freephone (available Monday – Friday, 9:30am – 4:30pm): 0800 1701 321, or email: