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Quinonostante:

Good points raised here….

Originally posted on The Not So Big Society:

Lansley and Burstow and those in the Department of Health have extolled choice as an aim to strive towards in both health and social care. ‘Choice and Control’ was used as the key phrase as the agenda moved in Adult Social Care and it has been picked up as the NHS and Social Care Bill made it’s way through Parliament. After all, who doesn’t want choice? Who doesn’t want control? The answer is that not everyone is has the capacity or desire to make a number of choices in critical situations . It worked to an extent in social care in so far as those who are able and willing to choose or those who are well equipped with better funding and family advocates are able to choose.  However we have also seen the policy struggle behind in promoting true choice or in fact, any choice to those who are…

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    Paul Davidson said:
    April 11, 2012 at 11:21 am

    I have never had choice nor control But I have had very bad service provision. all three need to change. But It’s very unlikely I’m sad to say. ‘HOPE’.

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