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I am a researcher who is developing a way of supporting carers of people with life-limiting conditions. To help me decide what type of support I should develop, I will be carrying out focus groups with carers of people with either heart failure, dementia or stroke from Glasgow. The focus groups will give me an opportunity to ask carers directly what support they would like to see made available in Glasgow. I would also like to hear more about the lives and experiences of carers to understand the challenges that they face day-to-day. Participating in a focus group will hopefully result in improving the support services available to other carers living in Glasgow.
Participants who are adult caregivers of people with a diagnosis of either heart failure, dementia or stroke. If the cared-for person has more than one diagnosis of a life-limiting condition, then this is also acceptable.
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