Most want free care


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

The results from a survey undertaken by leading pollsters NOP for the Kings Fund, show that 66% of people want nursing and personal care for elderly people to be free. A thousand people over 25 were surveyed and the results were recently released. Two out of three wanted all care to be free of charge for all those people in long-term care.





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