Hounslow woman Sarah Spoor has released a series of videos outlining the huge struggle she faces after her local CCG (clinical commissioning group) slashed the care package for her two sons, who suffer from a complex mix of serious and chronic health conditions, from 168 hours a week to just forty.
That struggle has left her feeling suicidal and has put her sons’ education at risk – and in her latest video, Ms Spoor accuses the Managing Director of the CCG of saying that the London Ambulance Service’s emergency service can replace the missing 128 hours of care:
The letter that Ms Spoor references in her video has been seen by the SKWAWKBOX and does, in context, seem to suggest that an emergency ambulance call-out is an adequate replacement for the removed care hours:
Mary Clegg, the CCG MD, was contacted for comment but did not respond by the time of publication.
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