Council is paying almost an amount of £450,000 a year over an old people's care home, which is now left with only one surviving resident to take care of after the death of another resident Mr. Arthur Samuel, 91, who died last week in the care home.
Reports are confirming that the care home is costing taxpayers nearly half-a-million pounds every year. The 90-year-old only resident of the care home has a team of 13-strong carers around her the whole day.
Council bosses are bound to serve the woman’s needs at any cost as they have signed a contract promising to best take care of the woman in the care home until she dies.
The Bryneithin home is situated in Dinas Powys, near Cardiff. The woman’s son is presently working in Vietnam. He is supporting the decision of his mother staying in the care home only for the uninterrupted care that she is getting from the experts. Moreover, he is also receiving strength from Mr. Samuel's daughter Ms. Margo Farbrace, 57, who is thoroughly campaigning against the closure of the care home.
“It would be a crime for the care home to be allowed to close. My dad had the best care he ever had from the people at Bryneithin. He was treated with dignity and respect”, she said.
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