Campaign against care costs

noelphobic

Registered User
Feb 24, 2006
3,452
Liverpool
I can' t believe there's been such a low turn out for this campaign

The Alzhemier's Society’s campaign to end charging for care can be found at: http://www.labourspace.com/campaign.php?whichcampaign=38

However, I do think it is buried so far on the threads that many people will not notice it. Please vote on this campaign as the closing date is fast approaching and the numbers are extremely low to date.

Brenda
 

dmc

Registered User
Mar 13, 2006
1,157
hi noelphobic

i have voted on this, but i am suprised that the voting figure is so low, especially as there are so many threads to do with care and costs,
c'mon all TP's lets get behind this good cause, it only takes a few minutes and well worth it.
 

jenniferpa

Registered User
Jun 27, 2006
39,448
Chip, what sort of problem? The thing that normally trips people up the the need to enter the security code (that's the thing with the squiggly number and letters)
 

noelphobic

Registered User
Feb 24, 2006
3,452
Liverpool
Skye said:
Chip, I don't think we can vote on this, as personal care is already free in Scotland.
far be it from me to suggest cheating, but .....

I don't think you have to have a vested interest, as such.
 

hairwench

Registered User
Oct 1, 2006
16
wisbech
I didn't actually realise there was something to vote on, it isn't that clear, mind you neither is my head.
Tis done now !!!
 

chip

Registered User
Jul 19, 2005
400
Scotland
It worked that time. Yes care is free in Scotland but for over 65's not for younger people. You get hit with everything when you are younger.
 

Skye

Registered User
Aug 29, 2006
17,000
SW Scotland
Sorry, chip, didn't realise free personal care was only for the over 65s. You learn something new every day on this site!

I've registered my vote, Brenda, cheating or not. If they don't like it, they can cancel it.
 

Helena

Registered User
May 24, 2006
715
I have voted as have my family members but please everyone see

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The powers that be are unlawful in refusing continuing care to dementia patients

The Law Society insist the criteria being used by PCTs is unlawful and does not conform to Coughlan etc