Rowntree defends closure plan

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

Joseph Rowntree Foundation has denied that its plan to close a care home in York for people with learning difficulties is an abandonment of its responsibilities.

The Foundation says its decision to close Dormary Court, home to 15 people with learning difficulties, was in line with current best practise of returning people to live in mainstream housing where possible.

York resident James Lun

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