Welcome to the Say So blog. Here you will find information and news from Say So and the wider industry. Check back often to keep up to date with our developments.
By Say So | 10 February 2021Say So is currently running a workplace survey into the openness and transparency of organisations and looking at the data we are already seeing some really interesting findings.
By Say So | 10 August 2020New strategic partnership arrangement between Say So and Intersol Global
Say So Director Paul Adams explains how the independent reporting system is helping care home operators.
By Say So | 13 May 2020In a recent Care Home Professional article Say So director Paul Adams explains how the independenet reporting system is helping care home operators.
By Say So | 05 May 2020Hear how CARE PROVIDERS can support their staff even more in this unprecedented period by capturing their concerns that otherwise wouldn't have been reported
Say So commence major collaboration arrangements with the National Association of Care & Support Workers
By Say So | 24 April 2020We are delighted to announce that we have commenced a major collaboration arrangements with the National Association of Care and Support Workers (NACAS).
By Say So | 11 February 2020Dr Rosena Allin-Khan MP calls for Independent reporting service in the care sector
By Say So | 22 July 2019This 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.
By Say So | 29 May 2019Nurse suspended after found ignoring elderly patient
By Say So | 29 May 2019Whorlton Hall caught intimidating and abusing vulnerable patients with learning disabilities
By Say So | 29 May 2019Health Secretary vows to ban gagging orders preventing whistleblowers from speaking out
Say So founders recieve award for being 'Inspirational Leaders in Care' at the Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Awards
By Say So | 29 May 2019Say So founders recieve award for being Inspirational Leaders in Care at the Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Awards
By Say So | 20 May 2019Muckamore Abbey Hospital are being investigated after the number of 'ill treatment' claims have almost doubled.
By Say So | 20 May 2019Social care campaigner Jayne Connery slams care home providers who carry out revenge evictions after families have made a complaint.
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 2018Following 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.
By Say So | 13 August 2018Yet another example of abuse of the vulnerable. Many care providers MUST do more to stop abuse.
By Say So | 30 July 2018We 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.
By Say So | 06 June 2018Another really vivid example of where Say So can help organisations address equality, fairness, conduct, performance, reputation and all related risks in the workplace.
By Say So | 23 May 2018The cases of neglect and Ill-treatment such as this is why we launched Say So!
By Say So | 26 March 2018Sound evidence has been around since 2016 of the strain and mental anguish faced by emergency service workers.
By Say So | 23 March 2018The problems in the care sector - Telegraph 22/03/2018
By Say So | 02 January 2018CQC grading of Inadequate causes rise in financial costs per service user to care establishments mainly due to increased staff turnover costs
By Say So | 06 July 2017This 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.