Most favour smoking ban

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

A web-based survey by the English Community Care Association (ECCA) has shown, from 847 responses, that 75.8 per cent of people think smoking should be banned in care homes. The survey question made no distinction between staff and residents, simply asking if people were in favour of an outright ban, which 24.2 per cent of respondents were against.

Comments are closed.

Latest blog posts

When the chips go down . . .

By Caring Times editor GEOFF HODGSON

I have heard people say they couldn’t get by without their smartphone, and I suppose this must be true...

Loneliness behind the front doors

By Guest Blogger KEITH LEWIN

Last week SCIE issued its monthly ‘Briefing for Commissioners’, its focus is on social isolation which it correctly says “can...

The not-so-sweet sound of success

By Caring Times editor GEOFF HODGSON

Here’s one of my many gripes about marketing and PR people. It seems that nothing is done these days unless...