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Carers UK Forum • Green paper - debate in parliament - Hansard
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Green paper - debate in parliament - Hansard

Posted: Fri Oct 30, 2009 1:30 pm
by rosemary
Hansard

Just a few of the questions asked....

Mr. David Anderson (Blaydon) (Lab):
I just want to pick up on the point made by my hon. Friend the Member for Luton, North (Kelvin Hopkins). Can we be clear that the Secretary of State is not ruling out discussions on the type of model that has been proposed by my hon. Friendâ€â€

what gets me is the

Posted: Fri Oct 30, 2009 5:09 pm
by g.herschel
what gets me is the consultatio period has not finished ?why talk about carers the welfare reform bill is not in the end all about us poor souls and as usual those that do ask questions never ask the right ones LIONS LED BY DONKEYS comes to mind

how about if A.A. goes so does the carers allowance
a.a. is for many things no way can the l.a. replace the care we give our elderly disabled relatives ive just posted elsewhere in the claim form for a.a. it states the money is to help you with your disability needs such as care both day and night and bodily functions i wish the secretray for state would tell me how the local authority can come round in the middle of the night and help wipe someones R`S - however they could give us an allowance which the elderly person could then hand on to their carer to be available 24/7 they could then wipe their R`s as and when req also the allowance is used to stop the elderly person from causing harm to either themselves or others again how can the local authority replace that level of personnal care

how can the local authority

Posted: Fri Oct 30, 2009 5:11 pm
by rosemary
how can the local authority replace that level of personnal care
They cant, not even come close.