Daughters criticise standard of care at White Rose Care Home, Thongsbridge, after mum dies

Daughters criticise standard of care at White Rose Care Home, Thongsbridge, after mum dies
 

THE standard of care at a Holmfirth care home was criticised following the death of a 91-year-old resident.
Sheila Barker, a retired secretary and mother-of-two, had been a resident at White Rose House in Huddersfield Road, Thongsbridge, since 2007.
An inquest at Bradford Coroner’s Court heard that problems developed after she suffered a fall and a fracture of a thighbone in the autumn of 2011.
This led to a lack of mobility with pressure sores developing on her heels in March 2012 and later another pressure sore on her back – a source of major concern. She died on August 10 2013.
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5 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 36
Source: Examiner
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