Creagmoor chief says people’s needs must be considered first


Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Craegmoor Healthcare chief executive Ted Smith has called on the Government to put the individual at the centre of all health and social care policy.

In a speech to English Community Care Association (ECCA) conference – ‘Up Close & Personal’ – in November, Mr Smith described the company’s ‘Your Voice’ initiative which promotes three key actions – Ask, Listen and Do – to ensure that each and every person using a Craegmoor service feels completely empowered and involved in how the service is run.


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