Care Talk feature us as part of the ‘Save Our Homecare’ campaign

Care Talk have featured an interview style article with Nicky Beadle, our Care Manager, in relation to us calling on the Government to urgently address the lack of funding for local homecare services by joining the “Save Our Homecare” campaign.

22/05/2019

Care Talk have featured an interview style article with Nicky Beadle, our Care Manager, in relation to us calling on the Government to urgently address the lack of funding for local homecare services by joining the “Save Our Homecare” campaign.

Care Talk have featured an interview style article with Nicky Beadle, our Care Manager, in relation to us calling on the Government to urgently address the lack of funding for local homecare services by joining the “Save Our Homecare” campaign.

Central and local government are putting a squeeze on state-funded homecare services, which are relied on by those who, due to older age or disability, need help to maintain their independence at home.

Homecare workers, people who receive care services, their families and the wider community are getting involved in the campaign – signing an e-petition and using social media to demonstrate why proper funding is needed.

The team at Bluebird Care Slough, S. Bucks & S. Wycombe, are among those supporting the campaign.

Director of Bluebird Care Slough, S. Bucks & S. Wycombe Ian Inglis said:
 
We want to show the Government why homecare is so important and the positive difference these services make to so many vulnerable, local people.

”Most of the people that we provide care and support for would find it impossible to maintain their independence and stay in their own homes without homecare service."Read the full article here on the Care Talk website.