By Euro Weekly News Media • 26 May 2012 • 12:41
ACASA, The National Casework Service of Age Concern España, says it has seen an increase of calls due to the healthcare reforms recently announced by the Spanish Government.
British pensioners in Spain are worried about how these reforms will affect them.
Information can be found in English on the British Embassy’s UKinSpain website at http://ukinspain.fco.gov.uk/en/help-for-british-nationals/living-in-spain/pensions-benefits/healthcare/healthcare-updates .
No announcements have yet been made on how these reforms will be implemented nor when they will come into effect.
ACASA said it will keep readers updated as soon as they know more.
ACASA has two client bases: people over the age of 50, and those of any age who serve or used to serve in the British Armed Forces, and their families.
Contact INFOLINE on 902 00 38 38 or [email protected] for further information or go to www.acespana.org.
ACASA – Official Partner of The British Embassy in Spain, AGE UK, and SSAFA Forces Help.
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