the 92-year-old Einar Flintrups greatest desire is to get a place in a nursing home - and it will Helsingør Municipality did not give him, despite the fact that he is lonely, almost blind, and unable to take care of themselves.
the Policy of the Lonely, left behind and almost blind: Einar is deeply unhappy
But the day after his story came out in the Helsingør Dagblad and spread like wildfire in the other, the Danish media, is taking the municipality up the matter for reassessment.
The typing of the municipality in an email to the family lawyer, as the Extra Leaf is in the possession of.
In the email says that since the family's lawyer informs that Einar Flintrup've got it physically and mentally worse since visitationen last year, the case will have been sent in Ankestyrelsen, being withdrawn, so that it can be assessed again in the municipality.
- I am glad that the matter is taken out of Ankestyrelsen, as I have perceived as syltekrukke, and that you now will search my father again, says Jan Flintrup, Einar Flintrups son.
It is a must to get on nursing homes
These criteria must be met:You have lasting reduced physical and/or mental impairment and need help and support throughout the day.You are not cleared with day care or respite care.You need help more than eight times a day, or you may not be alone between visits. Any relatives can not attend the care between visits.
A visitator from the municipality comes to visit Einar Friday 18. January and determine whether or not Einar Flintrups desire to get on the nursing home must be set to be taken up in the visitationsudvalget.
- With the publicity and the reactions have been, I think, to visitatoren can see that my father is suitable to come into care, says Jan Flintrup.
from Here it is up to Elsinore visitationsudvalg to assess whether Einar Flintrup meet the requirements to get a place in a nursing home - that is if he can get his biggest wish fulfilled.
Einar Flintrup last year was refused a care home place, went there for 30 days from the visitationsbesøget to the refusal came.
About all the publicity which the case has brought says Jan Flintrup, he hopes that it can help other families in the same situation.
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