By participating in research, you have the opportunity to influence the supports that are developed for caregivers.
General Social Survey - Caregiving and Care Receiving
This survey concerns Canadians who provide care to family/friends with long term health conditions. Questions about challenges that caregivers and care receivers encounter. Findings will be used to allow policy makers to design support programs and services. Survey is available from April 3 - Dec 28, 2018.
SPOR - Strategies for Patient Oriented Research
SPOR's defintion of "patient" includes caregivers, family and friends and encourages their involvement in the research process and the integration of research into care.
Check their website for opportunities to take part in research, training or education - much of which is online.
University of Alberta - Enhancing Caregiver Well-Being
Being a caregiver can impact your health, employment and financial well-being. This survey explores the goals caregivers have and the role technology may have in achieving their goals. For an opportunity to complete the survey:
City of Edmonton -
The City of Edmonton does many surveys each year, online, telephone and in-person. Please check the link provided below, for surveys that may interest you.
Citizen Services Performance Customer Surveys
The city has a diverse collection of facilities, programs and services and this survey is an on-going performance measurement and reporting system.
Age Friendly Edmonton - Edmonton Social Planning Council (ESPC)
Are recruiting caregivers of Indigenous seniors to determine their challenges, barriers, and opportunities in our city. Any caretakers of Indigenous seniors who may be interested in participating in this study, and potentially contributing to policy change in Edmonton please contact: Alexa Byrd at 780-423-2031, ext. 356