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User views of elderly care

Sue LeTouze

User views of elderly care

a study for North Kent Healthcare NHS Trust

by Sue LeTouze

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Published by CHSS, University of Kent at Canterbury in Cantebury .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSue LeTouze.
ContributionsUniversity of Kent at Canterbury. Centre for Health Services Studies., North Kent Healthcare NHS Trust.
The Physical Object
Paginationvarious p.aging ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17182896M

Looks at the views and experience of elderly people o half in residential care and half in the community, to ascertain how much choice they have in the decision making process, and how satisfied they are with services. Discusses findings and looks at the policy implications of these. Is there a good book or information out there to help my Mom with her will and estate planning. She is 75 years old and has asked me to be her 3, Views Message 1 of 10 ‎ PM. Elder care and estate planning 7, Views Message 9 of 10 ‎ PM.

  The Observer view on care for the elderly Observer editorial. If older people are to live fulfilling lives, we must invest more money – and love – in social careAuthor: Observer Editorial.   3. In Scotland, they actually listen to the elderly. Scotland's "Reshaping Care for Older People" program sets out with this vision: "Older people are valued as an asset, their voices are heard and they are supported to enjoy full and positive lives in their own home or in a homely setting." One of the things that irks the elderly is to be frozen out of the discussions about them.

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