This is summary of two articles describing neglect of residents at a residential home in Northampton. One is from Daily Mail (6.10.2010)” ‘Severe neglect’ of staff blamed for appalling deaths of five elderly care home residents in just two weeks” and the other one is from The Guardian(6.10.2010) “Elderly care home residents died after suffering ‘severe neglect’ “ . Both articles describe preventable deaths of residents in a private nursing home, Parkside House between July 22 and August 6, 2009. The home was originally set up to provide for people over 65 suffering from dementia or long-standing mental illness. But the management decided to admit residents with higher level of dependency and additional needs and ‘simply could not cope’.
The second case was also carried out by CQC in regards to the closure of the home due to abuse in Merok park housing home in November and December 2014. First case. In February 2011 Julie Hayden was informed one of her staff had stolen £40 from a service user. The safeguarding procedure for Hounslow's social workers are expected to fill in the appropriate documentation and report the missing money within 24 hours. This is the practice that she did not follow, on more than one occasion.
The Villisca Axe Murder House The story of the Villisca Axe Murder, is a brutal one. It has made history, and is one of the most haunted houses in America. Some people don't know the story, so here it is. On June 9th of 1912, the neighbor girls of the Moore's had been asked if they would like to stay at the Moore's, and the Stillinger mother had said it was okay, and so they all went about there day, going to church and lunches with family. The next morning Mary Peckham went outside around seven a.m to hang laundry, and she realized that the Moore's house very quiet, and still.
* Baby P failed by police, social workers and lawyers * Toddler had 60 visits from agencies over 8 months * 'Horrifying death' could have been prevented * Authorities didn't realise violent partner lived there The horrific extent to which Baby P was failed by nearly everyone who came into contact with him was laid bare yesterday. Social workers, doctors and police committed a catalogue of errors which led to the toddler’s death at the hands of his mother and her sadistic boyfriend. The full report into how the toddler died disclosed how Baby Peter’s mother, Tracey Connelly, told the authorities she had a boyfriend – but they did not ask who he was or insist on meeting him. She even named Steven Barker – who later battered Peter
She was brave enough to drive herself back and forth even with the chances of getting sick and being very weak. She was off of work for almost nine months, and it hurt us financially. It was a struggle to keep food in our house, or even pay the bills. I told her for the longest time I would eventually get a tattoo for her, and I did. A couple months ago, I went and had two breast cancer ribbons with the words “Trust Your Struggles” between them.
“I was at school and Mom was at work, so no one was there but the dog — the hardest part was losing my dog. “They’ve been working on the house since then, and we should be moving back in this week.” As a result of the fire, Green lived with an aunt for a while. “It affected her, but she kept her grades together,” said
This woman needed immediate attention which she did not receive on her first try paging them. As forty-five minutes past to find herself having fallen on the floor after attempting her own assistance. The woman had fractured her hip in the fall and required hip surgery. To sum it all up the woman had longer stayed her visit to the hospital and had to go to a nursing home in the end the family sued the hospital. This leads to the lack of communication and if the nurse was paged the first time this probable would not have happened.
I had not planned on completing my observation when I did, but I got the feeling I was in the right place at the right time. My five-year-old daughter had been sick with a stuffy nose, coughing, and a fever so I called the doctor’s office for an appointment. The receptionist told me they were all booked up but to bring my daughter and she could be a work-in to see a doctor when one was available. My daughter and I arrived at her doctor’s office around 10:30am on Thursday, November 14, 2013. I signed her in at the desk and we took a seat in the waiting room between two tables with magazines.
My mom rushed me to the hospital and my twins were born on that Wednesday afternoon. Being pregnant with your last child is totally different from the first. With my last child I found out that I pregnant when I was about nine weeks. I was working a full-time job that required me to stand on my feet for eight to nine hours a day sometimes. Well my body and the baby didn’t like that at all so I worked for about three more months and my doctor put me on bed rest until further notice because I started having some bleeding that could not find the root
Eating Disorders Diversity Paper Jenny Joy Dr. Bell April 16, 2013 Diversity Paper Introduction: When Anna Wood said she was joining her mother on a post-Christmas diet, they expected to lose a few pounds then carry on life as normal. But within months the grade-A student at an independent school was caught in the grip of a terrible eating disorder. Her battle with anorexia took her through several crises, all the time reducing her frail body’s ability to survive. Author Liz Hall wrote that Anna vows to keep a daily log of her food intake in the quest, along with her mother, to shed a few post-Christmas pounds. ‘Less is more if I’m going to lose weight,’ continues the grade a pupil (Hull).