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I organised the Carers Relay walk in Stevenage and we got an article in the local paper
Is anyone else being told that Social Services want to do an assessment for NHS continuing health care funding? It appears that Hertfordshire ACS is looking to manage/protect their budget but moving people to NHS funding. I am told that there is no guarantee that if the NHS accept they have to fund ...
Going through a period of change in terms of my wife's care. Seems to be a constant flow of professionals from health and social care. The one constant output from all parties is another task for me to do. I only refused one and that was would I do the colonic washout. Looking after Ros is really no...
Today 3 unpaid Carers are attending the Hertfordshire Adult Care Panel. The Panel are deciding on whether to increase care charges by £6m and reduce care spending by £11m for 2018/19. There are further £30m in cuts to cone before 2021. We are going there to see how the Councillors are going justify ...
To all my fellow Carers and Volunteers, I wish you all a Happy New Year. This is a year when we must make our voices heard. So good luck with any campaigning and I hope we are feel that by the end of 2018, we will feel that the powers really improve support and the lives of Carers.
As a Carers UK volunteer, and with other Carers, we are working with Jodie Deards Carers Lead and other healthcare professionals on improving support for Carers. We are dealing with the issues that can make the engagement with the hospital a challenge. Carer Awareness, Carer involvement, helping peo...
Adult Care in Hertfordshire needs to find £17.5m for year 2018/19 rising to £40m by 2021. Problem is caused by the on going reduction in the Revenue Support Grant which started in 2010. Govt claims it gave £2bn in March which means no cuts necessary. But the amount that Herts got was way less than t...
The pressure on the Stevenage MP has at least got him talking to the County. can get something done about the cuts
GOVT says it gave Councils £2bn and the ability to increase Council Tax, so no cuts to Social Care needed. What they don't tell you, is that since 2010, the Government has been reducing the Revenue Support Grant with a view to eliminating it in 2021. This means that HCC has to find £89m of cuts betw...
3 years ago we were offered the chance to move to a bungalow (social housing) within a system called flexi care. It is a great scheme you are supported by on site carer workers 7 x 24. I do most of the day to day tasks but I needed help with the lifting and personal care for my wife. I had damaged m...