CCTV Care Campaign For The Vulnerable

Every person upon entering the care system, especially the vulnerable, deserves to be safeguarded. This CCTV campaign is not a reflection of the care administered by our carers, but by those Care Service Providers who place profit over care. Until this stops preventable neglect will carry on, continually failing our vulnerable and dedicated care staff. This Campaign seeks the requirement by law of the installation of CCTV in the communal areas, exits and entrances in ALL care homes

Jayne Connery, Campaign Organiser
Jayne and her mum

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A carers perspective...CCTV IN CARE HOMES

Date: Thursday 12th October 20172 comments

CCTV IN CARE HOMESA CARER’S PERSPECTIVE It’s 7.45 am. I walk into the lounge of my place of work (having been up since 5.30 am). It’s time for another 12 hour shift. Upon my entry I am greeted by warm smiles. One lady puts her arms out grinning broadly. Another cries “pso...Read more

Toddlers in care homes ... Is this masking the REAL problems lurking beneath our care sector?

Date: Tuesday 12th September 20173 comments

We are seeing toddlers coming in to care homes - putting a spring into the steps of our elders... Is this a solution or a distraction ? Jayne Connery - Founder CCTV -Care Campaign for the Vulnerable ...Read more

Dementia Care in hospitals..... a sad realisation many patients are still not given the time or care needed ... By CCTV -Care Campaign Founder Jayne Connery

Date: Saturday 26th August 20170 comments

CCTV - Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Founder Jayne Connery gives a worrying account of her time in hospital as a carer to her loved one who lives with late stage vascular dementia. She is asking 'What about patients living with disease who have no one in hospital ? ...Read more

By Paula Davey

Date: Wednesday 9th August 20170 comments

A loving daughter gives a heartbreaking account of her fathers time in a under performing care home whereupon daily battles occurred to ensure his proper care standards. Paula moved her father after he was allegedly 'grabbed' around the throat by a male carer. Here, Paula tells us how moving him to another care home has changed all their lives. ...Read more

Why I visit my mom every day

Date: Saturday 15th July 20171 comment

http://myalzheimersstory.com/2015/06/07/7-reasons-i-visit-my-mom-every-day/...Read more

Monsters under the bed by Doug Melia

Date: Monday 3rd July 20170 comments

Having never worked in care, never having been a carer myself and being married to the most domesticated woman alive who doesn't allow me to care for myself (she sets feminism back decades I promise you), I subsequently have little care experience. Aside from delivering keynotes on the principles of...Read more

To see or not to CCTV ...

Date: Tuesday 9th May 20171 comment

The Marbrook Centre ...Read more

How Far Have We Come....?

Date: Monday 1st May 20170 comments

WHY WE NEED CCTV IN COMMUNAL AREAS OF ALL CARE HOMES ...Read more

10 Key Points When Choosing A Care Home

Date: Thursday 27th April 20170 comments

What I should have known before placing my loved one in a home......Read more

Philip Scott CEO Care Protect

Date: Thursday 27th April 20170 comments

A insight into Care Protect Limited bringing transparency into the care of vulnerable residents and CEO Philip Scott's experience as a Care Service Provider talks about how it can be achieved for ALL care homes....Read more

Heading to 10 Downing Street...

Date: Sunday 9th April 20170 comments

CCTV IN COMMUNAL AREAS, EXITS AND ENTRANCES IN DEMENTIA/ CARE HOMES BY LAW CAMPAIGN... HOW FAR WE'VE COME... When I started campaigning for CCTV in communal areas of care homes, it became evident to me the positives this would bring and five years on that view hasn't waivered. Vulnerable resident...Read more

Jayne and her mum

Every person upon entering the care system, especially the vulnerable, deserves to be safeguarded. This CCTV campaign is not a reflection of the care administered by our carers, but by those Care Service Providers who place profit over care. Until this stops preventable neglect will carry on, continually failing our vulnerable and dedicated care staff. This Campaign seeks the requirement by law of the installation of CCTV in the communal areas, exits and entrances in ALL care homes

Jayne Connery, Campaign Organiser

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