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One simple change that care providers can make that could make all the difference!

By Say So | 22 July 2019

This article explains why Say So was created and how it provides help and support to the vulnerable through independent reporting. This article featured in the Care England magazine Care Agenda June edition. Thanks to Professor Martin Green.

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Hidden camera finds nurse ignoring abuse on an elderly dementia patient

By Say So | 29 May 2019

Nurse suspended after found ignoring elderly patient

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Whorlton Hall Hospital caught abusing and intimidating patients

By Say So | 29 May 2019

Whorlton Hall caught intimidating and abusing vulnerable patients with learning disabilities

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Health Secretary vows to ban gagging orders preventing whistleblowers from speaking out

By Say So | 29 May 2019

Health Secretary vows to ban gagging orders preventing whistleblowers from speaking out

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Say So founders recieve award for being 'Inspirational Leaders in Care' at the Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Awards

By Say So | 29 May 2019

Say So founders recieve award for being Inspirational Leaders in Care at the Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Awards

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Allegations of 'ill treatment' at Muckamore double

By Say So | 20 May 2019

Muckamore Abbey Hospital are being investigated after the number of 'ill treatment' claims have almost doubled.

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Social care campaigner slams care home providers who carry out revenge evictions

By Say So | 20 May 2019

Social care campaigner Jayne Connery slams care home providers who carry out revenge evictions after families have made a complaint.

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Care home failings put residents at risk of harm

By Say So | 10 April 2019

A report revealed a series of errors and failings which left residents at risk of harm.

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10 things CARE PROVIDERS need to know now

By Say So | 25 October 2018

Your staff know more about active risk issues in the workplace than you do - Serious Case Reviews, investigations, research and experience consistently tell us this

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Six-month inquiry by the Women and Equalities Committee have found The Government, regulators and employers are failing in their responsibilities

By Say So | 21 August 2018

Following a six-month inquiry the Women and Equalities Committee have found The Government, regulators and employers are failing in their responsibilities to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace.

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Aberdeenshire care home residents 'tied to chairs with belts'

By Say So | 13 August 2018

Yet another example of abuse of the vulnerable. Many care providers MUST do more to stop abuse.

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Care Campaign for the vulnerable - Networking Meeting

By Say So | 30 July 2018

We were excited to be invited to meet Jayne Connery at her latest networking meeting and we were so pleased to talk to people who were as motivated as us to create real and meaningful change for the lives of the service users in care settings.

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Another really vivid example of where Say So can help organisations!

By Say So | 06 June 2018

Another really vivid example of where Say So can help organisations address equality, fairness, conduct, performance, reputation and all related risks in the workplace.

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A sad case of abuse in Somerset

By Say So | 24 May 2018

A sad case of abuse in Somerset - it can happen anywhere and to any care provider who take a complacent view

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The cases of neglect and Ill-treatment such as this is why we launched Say So!

By Say So | 23 May 2018

The cases of neglect and Ill-treatment such as this is why we launched Say So!

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Say So Seminar attended by Mayor!

By Say So | 17 May 2018

Say So Seminar, May 15th attended by Mayor & respected representatives from a wide range of sectors.

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The strain and mental anguish faced by emergency service workers.

By Say So | 26 March 2018

Sound evidence has been around since 2016 of the strain and mental anguish faced by emergency service workers.

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The problems in the care sector Telegraph 22/03/2018

By Say So | 23 March 2018

The problems in the care sector - Telegraph 22/03/2018

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CQC grading of Inadequate causes rise in financial costs

By Say So | 02 January 2018

CQC grading of Inadequate causes rise in financial costs per service user to care establishments mainly due to increased staff turnover costs

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CQC probes four serious care failures every day

By Say So | 21 September 2017

We are all becoming used to headlines like this - it shouldn't be the case that vulnerable people are placed in homes like these.

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Vulnerable 'playing Russian roulette' choosing care

By Say So | 06 July 2017

This BBC piece is the reaction to the newly published report by CQC about their inspections from 2014 to 2017. The statistics are worrying with a quarter of all care homes failing in the 'safe' category.

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The offences committed at Vielstone

By Say So | 09 June 2017

The offences committed at Vielstone and other homes linked with the 'Atlas Project' are hugely concerning for the care sector

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SAY SO HAS LAUNCHED - WHAT A RESPONSE!!!!

By Say So | 12 May 2017

Paul and I travelled to the Marsham Court Hotel in Bournemouth yesterday for the launch of Say So at the Caring UK care conference and exhibition. We were made welcome by the hosts CaringUK and Scriptmedia

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