Immediate inspection after the first death found various failings such as pressure mattresses not being used correctly, residents not receiving appropriate care, no system in place for residents in risk or already having pressure sores. This findings highlighted concerns about the standards of care and the home was closed on July 31 and remaining residents moved to different care settings. Phyllis Marcelle Johnson, the care home manager, has been suspended for 18 months by NMC. Six other members of staff and the owner have been referred to NMC. The report also said that there was a little
She was not even a sentenced prisoner yet when this happened. At the same time, her husband died. She could no longer afford a lawyer and hence, stayed in the pre-trial detention for six years with no contact with her other seven children (“Pretrial Detention and Torture” 34). Now, regardless of the crime she did, should a pregnant woman be tortured? Was not there someone to provide legal assistance to her?
‘The CQC report on Winterbourne View found owners Castlebeck Care had failed to ensure residents living at the unit were adequately protected from risk, including the risks of unsafe practices by its own staff.’ [www.bbc.co.uk] This review outlined the unsafe practices as well as recommendations it has to Castlebeck. Unsafe Practices that were outlined in the report included; ‘Lack of training for staff , Inadequate staffing levels, Poor care planning, failure to notify relevant authorities of safeguarding incidents and failure to involve people in decisions about their own care.’ [www.cqc.org.uk] The review also describes how this practices had a direct effect on the care received by patients in Winterbourne Hospital for example, due to lack of training for staff and inadequate staffing levels, it was apparent that in some services investigated by the CQC, staffing levels dictated the activities that could be offered which took away the importance of basing activities on individuals assessed needs. Another one of the unsafe practices outlined in this review was poor care planning, investigators found that patients had been staying in rehabilitation services for long periods of time due to lack of effective communication between staff and poor planning of the patient’s care. [www.cqc.org.uk] Overall, the Care Quality Commission said there was a ‘systemic failure’ to protect people or to investigate allegations of abuse. The report said that the provider had failed in its ‘legal duty to notify the CQC of
One former branch chief eluded to manipulative management techniques such as “setting up a meeting and not give any idea on what it’s about” (68). Even Chinen’s qualifications have come under fire. The Department of Land and Natural Resources Chairman, Peter Young, was questioned about Chinen’s lack of qualifications and about the numerous complaints lodged against her during a confirmation hearing. Mr. Young was not confirmed because he was “not doing enough to address the root of the problem” (68). Chinen herself admits she does not have experience in historical preservation but has been working with other
There are quite a few situations that apply to Marilyn’s grief. The initial stage of Marilyn’s grief started with the divorce of her parents at the age of 14. That divorce resulted in her losing contact with her father right until 6 months before he died. Additionally, two months after her son Jacob died from a car accident in which he had a head on collision with a drunk driver. Another thing that makes up Marilyn’s grief history is the fact that her son and husband are never really around.
Discussion on Baby P What happened to baby p? Baby p was a young boy who was abused and died after suffering from over 50 injuries over a 18 month period. He suffered both from internal and external injuries which were cause by his mother and her boyfriend. However workers were unable to see in time for the abuse to stop, even though the same place where peter died was not far away from were victoria climbie was killed. Why did it happen?
Black Death A few days later William went to check on his neighbour . When he approached the house he heard coughing and his wife crying. He entered and he looked very ill. The next day he returned to his friend but there was no one there no him ,no wife, no children. Then they saw their son Charles being carried out dead, and in a wheel barrow they all lay The next day five more people from the village had died.
Residents are not allowed to go out, private letters opened and read, shown no respect for their privacy. Service users interests are not taken into consideration, they are given more medication than required. Complaints procedure is not made available to the resident. Self neglect – An adult that fails to take care of their health and is likely to cause serious physical, mental or emotional harm to themselves. Neglect by others – ignoring medical or physical needs.
Laboratories Jaloma S.A. de C.V. had a similar warning letter for noncompliance to standards and cGMPs. The company had insufficent standards or equipment to perform required testing and they failed to obtain testing through an independent lab. In addition, Laboratories Jaloma failed to properly identify and label each active ingredient in the
Five years after being diagnose things took a turn for the worst. Her father had started losing weight pain got severe, and fell twice in his apartment. To watch all this really takes a strong person. To see someone you love go through this can take a toll on one mentally, physical, and emotionally. To watch anyone let along your father go this all this pain is enough to make anyone want the suffering to be over.