1000 sign up to save Tudor Court 1,000 sign up to save Tudor CourtRESIDENTS came out in force to support two aspects of adult care currently threatened by money saving proposals.
At the Heywood Township meeting on Monday, 9 November, two petitions submitted to councillors showed the determination among campaigners to stop Tudor Court from closing and the loss of a warden from Springfield and Isherwood Close accommodation schemes. Almost 1,000 signatures have been given in support of the Tudor Court scheme on Seymour buy jimmy choo sandals Street, which provides intermediate care for patients coming out of hospital. A 90 day consultation is currently ongoing as to whether the facility should close as part of Rochdale Borough Council's money saving efficiency plans. Members of Heywood Township committee voiced their support for the facility, with jimmy choo sandals shoes Councillor Carol Wardle saying: "There is no alternative to keeping Tudor Court open. It provides people with somewhere to go after they are discharged from hospital but not well enough to return home. Not everyone has caring relatives or even any relatives to look after them. Those are the people we should be caring for." Eight members supported a resolution put forward by Cllr Colin Lambert, which stated: "It is vital that Tudor Court remains open jimmy choo price range and in its current role." Cllr Doreen Brophy Lee abstained from voting until the consultation period is over. Meanwhile, further residents revealed their concern over planned changes to the warden provision at two sheltered accommodation schemes. Springfield and Isherwood Close, both run by Rochdale Boroughwide Housing, currently have a warden each, j choo ltd but proposals would see one warden shared between the two schemes. Ellen Wintle Yates said: "How removing the full time warden can be justified I do not know. We need to prevent this and stop Heywood from becoming known as a town which doesn't care about its elderly.
" Current residents described the different responsibilities undertaken by the warden and said they would not feel safe should the changes go ahead. Cllr Brophy Lee, who is the portfolio holder for housing, said she would take the issue up with RBH, supporting Cllr Lambert's resolution: "This township instructs the council that there will be no removal of the full time warden service from either Springfield Close or Isherwood Close." It was also confirmed that Cllr Dale Mulgrew, portfolio holder for health and social care, will be asked to attend the next meeting of Heywood Township to discuss the proposed changes to adult care.
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