Proud to invest in your future

2 Feb

newenthouseKingston’s Liberal Democrat controlled council has pledged to ensure that older people across the borough have specialist care for conditions such as dementia, which are becoming increasingly common.

This is good news for those people who know that they will not be able to cope in their own homes for much longer. It builds on the work that Lib Dem Councillors started in 2009, when the award-winning new Amy Woodgate home in Chessington opened.

Kingston Liberal Democrats believe that our elderly people deserve the best possible care in their twilight years. This is why we are upgrading outdated facilities and replacing them with new, state-of-the art, specialist care centres.

The Council will also be investing an extra half a million pounds in better health and social care for people in their own homes.

Sushila Abraham says:

“Kingston already has a model Dementia Service provided at Amy Woodgate House in Chessington. This was commissioned by this Liberal Democrat Council a few years ago in better economic times. It opened in 2009 and is regarded as an exemplar across the Country.

I welcome this new announcement of such an investment in dementia care even in such tough times.”

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