Sheila Barker inquest: Coroner criticises social services over delays

Sheila Barker inquest: Coroner criticises social services over delays
 

A coroner criticised social services over their failure to act with sufficient urgency during an inquest into the death of a 91-year-old woman.
Sheila Barker, a retired secretary and mother of two daughters, suffered for months with agonising pressure sores on both heels and elsewhere on her body.
The court heard she had been a resident at White Rose House care home in Huddersfield Road, Thongsbridge, since 2007.
A four-day 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... read more

 
9 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 34
Source: Examiner
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