Another layer of protection for failing care homes? What about protection for the residents living in them? Yesterday we read that following an Appeal, the The Old Village School Nursing Home, Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire will re-open it's doors. The tribunal judge imposed a number of very strict conditions that the provider must adhere to, ones that the CQC fully support.
"A care home deemed so bad residents had to be moved in the middle of the night has been given p
The day has arrived when you help your loved one move into a care home.
Welcome to the world of communal living.
For many families it is not an easy option, but they may find their loved one has developed complex, sometimes challenging care needs requiring24 hour supervision.
Their loved one has possibly had to sell their home to pay for this new chapter of their life. A chapter where they hope to be cared for with dignity and respect by people trained in their specifi
I am a qualified "RGN" (Registered General Nurse) with a "BSc hons degree in Health Studies" specialised in "Caring for the Elderly" ENB 978 & 941 and "BA diploma in Management" (Institute of Management). I was a Matron/Manager at the Warberries Nursing Home (Red Health Care Ltd, RHC that employed 49 staff and accommodated up to 49 patients) for 16 years until the home went into Administration on 2/8/11. 2/8/11- Ernst & Young (E&Y) were appointed by RBS under Paragraph 14 of