Every person, especially the Vulnerable deserves to be safeguarded. Care Campaign for the Vulnerable works tirelessly to help support families and carers affected by dementia. Our aim is to ensure better safety and care in care homes and hospitals. Together we WILL make a difference.Jayne Connery
Our Advocates have walked in your shoes. We want to help support families and carers who are affected by inadequate care. We understand you may just need like minded people TO LISTEN and who understand. Our advocates have first hand experience of loved ones in care homes and know the emotional toll this can take on a family member, carer or care partner. If you need someone to talk to or require support in a official capacity or /and be accompanied to meetings, please get in touch via our CONTACT page and one of our CCAS advocates will get straight back to you.
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"People don't always need advice. Sometimes all they really need is a hand to hold, an ear to listen, and a heart to understand them"
Jayne Connery Founder - Care Campaign for the Vulnerable
‘’After an incredibly long and exhausting battle with Social Services, they have finally agreed to pay the top up for Mum to move from a first floor to a ground floor room. It took the local MP - Kelly Tolhurst, Jayne Connery (CCAS) an excellent OT, Jarmans Solicitors and many months of 'not giving up' ... with a mountain of paperwork, emails and numerous frustrating phone calls ... but it appears we are finally there’’
’’ Thank you so much CCAS for all your support’’.
‘’Thanks to Jayne Connery who has held my hand (figuratively speaking) for the last 4-5 weeks, while I navigated the very difficult world of "Local Authority Care / Elderly Social Services" for my mum who has dementia’’.
‘’This week they moved my Father to a much larger room. All sorted out now. Thank you CCAS!’’
Thank you again CCAS for all your help’’.
‘’ I can’t thank you and CCAS enough for guiding me through. Your help has been inspirational’’.
‘’Thank you, CCAS gave me confidence to deal with problems in my Mum's care home. What you are doing is amazing. Not everyone has the experience or know how to deal with the system. To be still doing all you are doing , even though your mum is now safe, is amazing’’.
’’Your great work continues your passion, determination, and professionalism is outstanding. A true visionary and champion in the field of Dementia, your work will lead to a greater understanding and way of thinking not only for the vulnerable but also for the carers who are often sadly forgotten about, in the world of social care‘’
''I can't thank CCAS enough, truly. Not feeling alone and the feeling of hoplessness, you've been a life-saver!''
‘’Last year my 90 year old Grandmother was neglected by the persons responsible for providing her with “care”. This preventable neglect left her with many injuries and resulted in her being hospitalised for over five weeks. The providers of the care were not forthcoming with answers and extremely dismissive, uncaring and at times quite aggressive. This left us feeling helpless as a family and not knowing where to turn. This is where Jayne and Care Campaign...stepped in giving us the support and advice we so desperately needed. Eventually Social Services did find the care provider had neglected my Grandmother. I don’t think we would have got this outcome without Jayne’s guidance, care and knowledge and for that, we will be forever in her debt’’.
''In life it's always easy to walk on by - especially if you believe an occuranc has no impact on you personally...enter Jayne Connery and CCAS. Not one to simply stroll on past, here's a lady who wants to help people and improve their lives. jayne's passion and conviction shines through as she workd tirelessly to help make life better for people living with dementia ad their familes/carers. Her mission to have safety monitoring in all communal areas of dementia care/nursing homes is a fantastic project and one i hope she wins. Sharp, driven and tenatious, Jayne reminds me of all the good that people can create when they have the mind to... Three cheers for Jayne and good luck... the best way to prepare for the future is to take care of the present.''
C Clifford (Linkedin)
''Jayne is a committed, tireless, articulate an passionate advocate for better dementia care and particularly championing safety monitoring throughout public areas of care homes throughout the UK. She has single-handedly created the Care Campaign for the Vulnerable initiative herself while being the primary care partner to her Mother who lives with dementia. She is a leader and a supportive collatorator who is full of energy and creative ideas.''
S. Macauley (Dementia Advocate and Coach)
''Jayne is working tirelessly to raise awareness of the problems faced by those living with dementia. She is also a supporter of the charity BRACE which raises funds for research into dementia and as a trustee, am really pleased that she is so willing to give her time to this.''
Heledd Wyn (Estate Planning, Long Term Care & Asset Protection (Solicitor and TEP) and Trustee of BRACE Alzehimers UK)
’’Thank you much for all your help and guidance CCAS ... invaluable. We got there in the end’’
Chiltern and South Bucks District Council SAFE PLACE SCHEME has called on Care Campaign for the Vulnerable to add our support to the initiative for those who are vulnerable in the community to get help if out and about and feeling scared , lost or confused.Read more
Every person, especially the Vulnerable deserves to be safeguarded. Care Campaign for the Vulnerable works tirelessly to help support families and carers affected by dementia. Our aim is to ensure better safety and care in care homes and hospitals. Together we WILL make a difference.Jayne Connery, Founder Care Campaign for the Vulnerable
Read articles from the press regarding our campaign for the installation of CCTV in the communal areas, exits and entrances in ALL care homesView our press coverage
"The evidence from Providers who have installed CCTV seems to me to merit careful attention and to be quite persuasive"
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