Dawn Parker, whose daughter Rachel uses the respite care at New Willows, says the proposed closure of the the home will have a detrimental effect on her health.
I know I can put Rachel into New Willows and her care plan will be followed. It gives me peace of mind, and a chance for time to myself. Rachel's needs are complex and I wouldn't get a break at all without it. I have no one to help me.
Newport City Council stresses that no decision has yet been made.
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