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
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CCTV -Care Campaign for the Vulnerable ... meeting with Jim Shannon MP at Westminster on Wednesday 10th October 2017.

6th September 2017 - 0 comments

CCTV - Care Campaign for the Vulnerable has secured a meeting in Westminster with DUP MP Jim Shannon.

Jayne said ahead of the meeting , 'Our campaign is gaining support from MP's and the more who get on board, the better. The response we've had from MP Jeremy Hunt reiterates the same 'stumbling blocks' which quite frankly, with this campaign, aren't there. We are looking for CCTV to be made mandatory in communal areas of all care /nursing homes. Many care homes we visit and who contact us, already have CCTV in communal areas - so if it can work in one, it can work in all. Our CCTV Care Campaign for the Vulnerable has Ambassadors in Northern Ireland, namely Julianne McNally and family , whose grand mother was neglected in a care home and unfortunately passed away - this case was well documented and Julianne saw our campaign and asked if she could rally support for CCTV in care homes in Northern Ireland. We want Ministers to understand our cause and support us but to also understand the turmoil families go through and are STILL going through because of preventable neglect in the care sector in the U.K.

We hope Jim Shannon MP will look at our incredible work and understand the dept of support and help we are receiving and so to take interest in this and push forward to rally support in Parliament.

Jayne's meeting will be held in Westminster Parliament Central Lobby at 2pm on 10th October 2017.

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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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