Family’s agony as malnourished Ada, 98, dies days after move from ‘inadequate’ care home



A grieving family are demanding answers after a malnourished grandmother died five days after leaving an 'inadequate' care home.
Ada Proctor, 98, had to leave Coniston Lodge at Saltshouse Haven, east Hull, when it was closed by the CQC last month.
Owners Bupa were found to have been in breach of seven regulations under the Health and Social Care Act.
The CQC said inadequate staffing levels had resulted in people not receiving proper levels of care, putting some of them at risk.
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Mrs Proctor had been in the home for 14... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 36
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