Owner of care home where Ivy Atkin stayed before her death had three criminal convictions
A coroner has questioned how a care home boss was able to run the business where pensioner Ivy Atkin lived before she died – even though he had three criminal convictions.
Stephanie Haskey, assistant coroner for Nottinghamshire, flagged up her concerns about the running of Autumn Grange Care Home, in Herbert Road, Sherwood Rise, as she concluded Mrs Atkin was unlawfully killed.
Prior to her death, Ivy Atkin was severely dehydrated and lying on a bed soaked in urine and with a large, open, pressure sore at the base of her back. Medical records showed she had lost a stone and a half in the... read more