Private Detective Leeds offers investigation services in light of the BBC News article, dated 19 June 2015: Nearly half of care homes ‘not up to standards’.
According to the article in BBC News, dated 19 June 2015: https://www.bbc.com/news/health-33195604; the figures from watchdog the Care Quality Commission, nearly half of care homes in England are below the required standard. Eight months have passed since the body in charge of regulating care homes promised a “new approach” to inspections, following several high profile cases of abuse. From then, until now, 30 cares homes have been rated as inadequate and have closed. Care Quality Commission rated Care homes in England from October 2014 to June 2015 with a total of 3976 care homes; 57% were found to be good, 1% was outstanding, 36% required improvements, 8% was found to be inadequate and 44% are below the required standards. One incident experienced in a care home was that of Gladys Wright, aged 79, who was diagnosed with a disease and needed quality care, instead she was humiliated and abused by care home staff. Those responsible were caught; thanks for a hidden camera installed by Glady’s family. In an interview carried out by Tim Muffett of BBC News to one Andrea Suctliffe of Care Quality Commission, she said: “We felt that the tip box compliance suppose we did have was not good enough . So, What we are doing now is asking five key questions, asking questions that actually matter to people; is the surface safe, is it caring, is it effective, is it responding to their needs and is it well laid.”
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