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The lasting value of care homes

The lasting value of care homes Feature — Residential care The lasting value of care homes In our last issue, David Hinchclif fe, chairperson of the Commons Health Committee, wrote that institutional care “demeans the individual”. Harold Ross, who represents a number of local care home associations in their negotiations with local authorities, responds to the criticisms and describes the dif ficulties and inequities faced by private care home owners. Harold Ross is currently engaged in preparing a series of cases for counsel in connection with the Competition Act 1998. and doubt as to what happens to the David Hinchcliffe, the chairman of sixties and seventies really the best funding made available for the Commons Select Committee on carers for a person in their nineties? residential care by the Government Health, regards residential care of Why is there no campaign for a to the local authorities. John any description as “institutional” retirement age for voluntary carers? Hutton’s civil servants never tire of and “anachronistic”. Residential Most inspection units are keen to sending out letters pointing out that care is rapidly developing into a promote the idea of institutions’ a percentage increase, much greater term of abuse. So much so that the being run by staff http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Working with Older People Emerald Publishing

The lasting value of care homes

Working with Older People , Volume 4 (3): 3 – Jul 1, 2000

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1366-3666
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10.1108/13663666200000024
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Feature — Residential care The lasting value of care homes In our last issue, David Hinchclif fe, chairperson of the Commons Health Committee, wrote that institutional care “demeans the individual”. Harold Ross, who represents a number of local care home associations in their negotiations with local authorities, responds to the criticisms and describes the dif ficulties and inequities faced by private care home owners. Harold Ross is currently engaged in preparing a series of cases for counsel in connection with the Competition Act 1998. and doubt as to what happens to the David Hinchcliffe, the chairman of sixties and seventies really the best funding made available for the Commons Select Committee on carers for a person in their nineties? residential care by the Government Health, regards residential care of Why is there no campaign for a to the local authorities. John any description as “institutional” retirement age for voluntary carers? Hutton’s civil servants never tire of and “anachronistic”. Residential Most inspection units are keen to sending out letters pointing out that care is rapidly developing into a promote the idea of institutions’ a percentage increase, much greater term of abuse. So much so that the being run by staff

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Working with Older PeopleEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 2000

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