As per a report being commissioned by the NHS managers, council heads and charities, it has been disclosed that a severe change is needed in a law made for elderly care in the Human Rights Act. The report is named as "Delivering Dignity" and it caters to the loopholes that are present in the British culture in regard to elderly care.
The report highlighted the loophole as discrimination among people, as people, who to pay for their care on their own, do not get same privileges as rich people get, who se care is being sponsored by the state.
This has raised concerns among the medical facilities, and they want immediate changes in the act. They want that same facilities should be provided to a common man, who is paying for his care on its own. "The Government must ensure that every person receiving care in a hospital or care home is offered the protection of the human rights legislation regardless of the funding arrangements", read the report.
The report authors said that power should be given to common man, so that if he feels that he is not receiving quality care, he is able to sue the care homes.
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