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Adult social care - charging and payments consultation

Name of consultation
Name of consultation
Adult social care - charging and payments consultation
Brief description

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council, like every other local authority in the country, has to make a huge reduction in spending due to central government cuts and unavoidable budget pressures.

The council would like to know your thoughts on the proposals to help inform new charging arrangements for care services for adults and carers.   The Care Act 2014 has given all councils areas of discretion for charging, and returning the questionnaire in the online form / pdf above will ensure that your voice and views are heard.  Your response will help the council decide which proposals should go ahead and what the charging policy will be from April 2016.

Type of consultation
Internet and paper
AreaEast Riding
Consultation status
Open
How to get involved

You can take part in this consultation by completing a questionnaire in one of three ways:

Online

The following online questionnaire must be completed by 12 midnight on Monday 4 January 

Complete the online adult social care charging questionnaire (external East Riding website)

By post

The following pdf document should be printed, completed and returned to the address below by 4pm on 8 January 2016:

Paper version of the adult social care charging consultation (pdf 53kb opens in new window)

Despatch Office (ASC)
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Cross Street
Beverley
HU17 9BA

At your local library

If you don’t have a printer, you can pop into your  local library  and pick up a questionnaire.

If you require any information in a different format or if English is not your first language and you require a translation please call us on:

Tel: (01482) 393939 (Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm)

Opening date02 November 2015
Closing date04 January 2016
Contact details
You can find out more about the consultation by visiting one of the information drop-in events being held around the East Riding in November and December.