Care contributions consultation is launched
Members of the public are invited to have a say over Cambridgeshire County Council's plans to change its Adult Social Care charging policy.
The council wants the people who use its social care services to pay a bigger contribution for their care to raise extra money.
It is proposing five changes which would bring in nearly £2m of extra money for the council.
The public consultation began on Monday, 23 September and will finish on Sunday 15 December.
The council is writing to all those who may be affected by the proposed changes to ask their views.
It has also set up five meetings to explain the changes it wants to make and allow members of the public to ask questions and express their views.
- Monday 14 October, 10am to 12noon, Orchard Park Sports Centre meeting room, Ring Fort Road, Cambridge CB4 2GW
- Monday 28 October, 2-4pm, Ely Community Centre, High Barns, Ely CB74SB
- Wednesday 6 November, 5-7pm, The Midway Centre, Midway Road, Huntingdon, PE29 1SF
- Thursday 14 November, 2-4pm, Hub meeting room, The Hub, High Street, Cambourne CB23 6GW
- Tuesday 19 November, 10am to 12noon, March Community Centre, 34 Station Road, March PE15 8LE.
Wednesday 11 December 7-9pm, The Meadows Community Centre, 1 St Catharine’s Road, Cambridge CB4 3XJ
The Council says it will consider all the feedback received and then make a decision on the proposed changes in January 2020. Any changes agreed will start in February next year.
How to have your say
- Read about the changes and have your say in an online survey
- You can also print out and complete a paper copy - there are easy read and large print versions too - on the council website
Any questions about the consultation?
This is who to contact:
Adult Social Care Charging Policy Consultation
Tel 01223 743777
Address: Box no: SH1217, Cambridgeshire County Council, Shire Hall, Cambridge CB3 0AP