Dementia doll abuse carers at Rochdale nursing home detained

Dementia doll abuse carers at Rochdale nursing home detained
 

Two care workers who tormented dementia patients by torturing their "comfort dolls" have been detained.
Shauna Higgin and Victoria Johnson both admitted two counts of ill treatment of residents at Ashbourne House Nursing Home in Middleton, Rochdale, last year.
The pair shared videos and images of themselves "harming" the therapy dolls.
Higgin, 20, of Middleton, was detained at a young offender institution for 13 months while Johnson, 23, from Oldham was jailed 12 months.
On sentencing at Manchester Crown Court Minshull Street, Judge Andrew Lowcock described the offences... read more

 
21 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 43
Source: BBC
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