PROUD mum Cheryl Woodfin was delighted with the support the Steve Morgan Foundation was able to give to her son, Jack. Cheryl wrote: “Thank you for...
THE new UK Government will be urged to set out plans to do more for Britain’s ever-growing army of carers, following a new shock study.
THE world of hi-tech and the Internet – when it works and when it’s not being hacked – are rapidly changing people’s lives. But despite the millions of pounds being spent on developing ways to make life easier and safer for disabled people and carers, it seems the message just isn’t getting through.
THOUSANDS of disabled and older people are still receiving undignified homecare in 15-minute slots, despite official guidance against these ‘flying’ care visits, and major concerns they deprive people of appropriate and compassionate care.
HAPPY times for Harry Elliot – and his parents – thanks to Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children getting them a specialist buggy after months of frustration with statutory services,