Charities in Jersey are expressing their concern about the future care model.
The model aims to take pressure off Jersey’s hospital by putting more emphasis on community-based care.
The government says these changes need to be made to reflect longer lifespans and more complex health needs.
As part of the model the new hospital, when built, will ‘concentrate on specialist and emergency care’.
This will mean charities and care homes will be needed to help bring care closer to the community.
Some organisations are saying they have not got the staff or funding to deal with more demand.
Jersey Cheshire home is a residential home for adults with physical disabilities.
It has a hydrotherapy pool which other charities and groups can use. The government is hoping charities collaborate more like this in future.
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