The Government is proposing to abolish the rules that allow someone from the Commonwealth who has grandparental connections to the UK to enter the labour market freely here.
Should the abolition take place, then there would be serious staff consequences for the care sector especially for companies providing �live-in� care.
Reviews and M/H training have taken place in Wiltshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Hertfordshire.
Interviews for potential carers have taken place in Carlisle.
New posts have commenced in:
Answer : If you cannot afford to pay for a funeral for your Mother there may be help available in the form of a Funeral Payment.
For further information visit www.direct.gov.uk and search for �Get help covering funeral costs (form SF200).
This site will guide you through so you will know what to do when sadly your Mother dies.
The Dogs Trust are ready and willing to take up the responsibility of caring for a pet after a person dies. They will either find another responsible pet owner to care for your dog or if they are unsuccessful they will care for him/her until the end of its life.
Once a person has applied for a Canine Care Card, the Dogs Trust will have all the information about your pet as provided by you with reference to age, breed, favourite toy, medical details, personality, your idea of the best kind of home your pet should live in, etc. The card is the size of a credit card and can be kept with your personal details at home or in your wallet/purse.
For further information telephone 020 7837 0006 or visit http://www.dogstrust.org.uk
We hope you have enjoyed reading this and "see you next week".
Angela Gifford, Proprietor
Able Community Care.