the Liberal party's president, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, proposes to make the boards in nursing homes, where residents, relatives, managers and municipal representatives are with. It writes Politiken.
On the way, citizens can be with to control, who should stand in the forefront of plejehjemmene.
the Proposal comes after a featured documentary on TV2, which will document the failure in the elderly care sector. Here are more older people exposed to what Jakob Ellemann-Jensen's eyes are humiliating treatment.
- We have seen some footage on TV2 over the summer, showing that some locations have therefore the focus is directed the wrong place and not directed to the residents or relatives.
It is about people. It's not about systems, says Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, to Ritzau.
It takes the Liberal party president, that you would be able to deal with the proposed boards.
- this will ensure that The leaders actually are leaders, and inspire their employees, if we can ensure that relatives and residents are involved, says Jakob Ellemann-Jensen.
Moreover, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen have more friplejehjem. Citizens must have a choice, he says.
To Politiken says Mona Striib, president of the FOA, to the risks of the proposed boards is to take decisions on the basis of emotions and not professional expertise.
It recognizes Jakob Ellemann-Jensen. But it, believe the Left-the president, is only natural, when there is talk about people.
- Then, of course there will be emotions in the game.
He acknowledges that the economy also is a factor. But the solution to the problems is not just about more money, believe Jakob Ellemann-Jensen.
- I do not say that resources and sufficient time and caring employees and skilled managers does not mean anything. But in the shows we have seen here in the summer, would the presence of several employees have meant that more of the stood and looked on, that a senior citizen was treated humiliating and cruel, he says.
- If you make the local welfare to a competition on who can spend the most money, we get a poor welfare, he says.