ECCA holds poll on direct payments for care home residents


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

The English Community Care Association (ECCA) has launched a new poll asking whether direct payments should be extended to people living in care homes? The poll is open to anyone wishing to take part and can be accessed on ECCA¹s website http://www.ecca.org.uk/action2.htm The poll will run for one month and it replaces a previous poll on the Working Time Directive. Eighty-eight per cent of people voted that Britain should retain its opt out from the Working Time Directive and 12 per cent people voted that it should not. A total of 332 people voted.





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