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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Counting down to our special evening event raising more awareness to CCTV -Care Campaign for the Vulnerable

11th September 2017 - 0 comments

We are now counting down to our very special evening event on Friday 29th September 2017 at The Crowne Plaza Hotel Gerrards Cross Buckinghamshire. The event will allow us to say a BIG thank you to everyone who supports CCTV -Care Campaign for the Vulnerable. The evening will have a key note speaker, debut our Campaign music awareness video, raise money for a dementia charity and a very special finale - a live performance by Elle Mariachi and Jay Active aka The Rhetoriks - our Campaigns official Ambassadors, curtesy of Monkey Work Management. As invites are limited , we will be doing a live broadcast on FACEBOOK. The event is kindly Sponsored by Care Protect Limited. Event organiser and host Jayne Connery , Founder of CCTV Care Campaign...is thrilled with the response. ' The support is incredible and the evening will give us the opportunity to thank everyone who supports our very important cause - CCTV in ALL care /nursing homes made mandatory. Elder neglect in our care sector is a National tragedy and one that needs highlighting so people are kept aware and it's never forgotten. I'm so very passionate about this and the show of support is evident, I am not alone. Our Campaign has been championing CCTV in communal areas of all care/nursing homes for over five years now and this year thousands of people have come on board. Not just families of those who have suffered and our dedicated carers also failed by the system but corporate businesses and MP's. Behind the scenes so much is being done to rally our cause and it be put out in the public domain. We have featured on Sky News, BBC News and many other media outlets - I think we are achieving our goals. This special evening event will showcase our 'official ' Campaign music video and the beautiful song 'Unspoken ' will be released on the 29th September 2017 with proceeds donated to a dementia charity. This will raise even more awareness and are truly overwhelmed with the help and support we are receiving. ''

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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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