Well-being of Young People’s Survey
The Welsh Audit Office are studying how accessible public services are for young people in Wales, and whether they link up and work together effectively.
As part of our field work for the study we are currently running a survey targeting 16 to 25 year olds, who live in Wales to find out about their experiences of accessing public services.
They are interested in finding out more generally about young people’s experiences of public services, but there are a number of key areas we want to try and find out young people’s experiences on these are:
- Mental Health – What have been their experiences of trying to access care and support in this area
- Homelessness – If a young person is or has been homeless what services were available to them to access to help them
- Young Parents – If a young person is a parent what are their experiences of the services to support them
- Young Carers- if a young person is a carer for a family member or friend, or perhaps they are being cared for themselves what are their experiences of the services available to them
- Jobs, Skills and training – The final area we are interested in is what young people’s experiences are of accessing services to help them into employment
The survey will run until 12th April.
Please find the survey at: https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=151575590149