Oxleas lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) Voices Project

This survey contains 24 questions, and should take about 10 minutes to complete.

We are offering you the chance to win a mobile tablet. All you need to do is complete our survey!

Oxleas is working with METRO to talk to LGBT people who use Oxleas services in Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich. We want to find out about your experiences of using Oxleas service and how we can make things better for people who are LGBT, and use Oxleas services. Your answers will be kept confidential, and all the feedback from this survey will be anonymised.

Taking part in this survey will not affect your care. You can skip any question you are not comfortable answering and you can stop answering the questions at any point with out affecting your care or your participation.

We will be running focus groups in Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich throughout November and December. People who take part in our focus groups can enter our prize draw for one of two £100 shopping vouchers. We will be holding a big event in March to celebrate our learning and give you the opportunity to feedback on our findings.

To enter our free prize draw, take part in our focus groups, or come to our March event, please leave us your contact details at the end of the survey.

Oxleas provides a wide range of health and social care services in South East London, specialising in community health, mental health and learning disability services.

METRO is an Equalities Charity in South London, providing a range of mental health, sexual health, HIV, community, and youth services in south east London. METRO works with people around issues of sexuality, gender, diversity and identity.

For more information about our Oxleas LGBT Voices Project, please contact Peter Vittles on 07711 376 258 or email peterv@metrocentreonline.org

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* 1. Which borough do you live in?

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* 2. Which of Oxleas services have you used in the past 12 months?

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* 3. Has your quality of life improved as a result of the care and treatment you have received?

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* 4. Has your family, partner, significant other and/or carer been supported by staff?

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* 5. Have staff treated you with dignity and respect?

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* 6. Have you been involved as much as you would have liked in decisions about your care and treatment?

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* 7. Have you been provided with enough information about your care and treatment?

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* 8. Thinking about your most recent experience of Oxleas services. How likely are you to recommend this service to your friends, family, partner and/or significant other if they needed similar care or treatment?