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Labour challenge Westminster Tory Cuts to fight to protect vulnerable adults and young people

Another Conservative Council budget, more horrific cuts to vital public services. In its 2017/18 Budget to be debated tonight (Wednesday 1st March), Westminster council has to find a further £46.175 million this year (£35.446m budget cuts and £10.7299m new cost pressures) from cuts and new sources of income, despite years of the Tory Government’s biting austerity. 693 more words

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A prescription for our ailing health & social care services

Westminster Labour Group have produced a short new report setting out some of its deep concerns about the future of the NHS and Adult Social Care in Westminster. 372 more words


Signature Senior Services Offers Quality Care for Seniors

Bruno D’Uva serves as the director of development and acquisitions for Signature Senior Services, which focuses on senior medical adult day care. Under Bruno D’Uva’s guidance, the company plans to open an assisted living facility in 2018. 175 more words

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Time To Deliver The Person-Centred Care Promise

When buying products and services, we all like to be treated as an individual whose custom is genuinely appreciated by the company we purchase from.. 346 more words


Golfing Memories Survive The Ravages of Dementia

I visited Mike last week. He was one of my first clients to join us for the dementia golf days in Lincoln. Mike’s wife had to make the difficult decision to move him into full time care. 436 more words


Adult Day Care in New Jersey

Longtime entrepreneur Bruno D’Uva serves as director of development and acquisitions at Signature Senior Services, a provider of medical adult day care and senior living facilities in New Jersey. 208 more words

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Labour Councillors call for action on Health & Social Care in Westminster

Labour Councillors have called for action on Health & Social Care in Westminster and will be raising these issues at the next Council meeting on Wednesday 25th January at Porchester Hall. 347 more words

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