Parkinson’s Illness sufferer instructed she should depart dwelling and canine if she needs care
A 64-year-old girl with Parkinson’s Illness has been instructed her native council doesn’t have the workers wanted to offer her with the care she wants and instructed her she should go right into a residential care dwelling.
Lesley Livadas, who lives in Aycliffe Village, County Durham, has already pursued profitable motion towards Durham County Council by way of the Native Authorities and Social Care Ombudsman.
Ms Livadas mentioned the council had did not assess her wants correctly and didn’t present sufficient assist to fulfill her wants. She was allotted round half of the hours of care she acquired when she lived in neighbouring Northumberland.
Following a coronary heart assault final yr, Ms Livadas mentioned the council once more did not assess her and didn’t correctly think about the influence of her well being situations, which affected her independence and made her really feel “like a prisoner.”