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Future of Campbeltown care home a ‘huge concern’ for council

AUCHINLEE Care Home may be safe for now but problems will ‘escalate’ in the near future according to councillors.

A report from the Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) confirmed details of a 12-month extension for the Campbeltown care home at a Mid Argyll, Kintyre and the Islands area council meeting last week.

Although there was relief at the meeting that Auchinlee will stay open for another year, councillors gave stark warnings of the problems that await Argyll care homes in the near future. The locality manager for the HSCP told the committee: ‘We have begun to give guarantees of employment to staff and assurances that we will commit to operate services as such.’

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