A care home at the centre of protests from staff and residents over its proposed closure, is set to for a reprieve.
Firefighters are calling for a change in the law which would see sprinklers fitted in more new-build developments.
Commenting on the government’s social care recruitment campaign, called “Every Day Is Different”, George McNamara, Director of Policy and Influencing at Independent Age, said:
The family of a pensioner who died after she fell down stairs in a boiler room have branded her Glasgow care home "not fit for purpose".
Croydon Shared Lives has once more been rated Outstanding overall by the Care Quality Commission.The service, based in Bernard Weatherill House in Mint Walk was rated Outstanding for being caring and well-led. It was rated Good for being safe, effective and responsive.
The families of people living in care homes talk about the injuries received by their loved ones and their fears over who was responsible,