Oakden whistleblower calls for surveillance cameras in Australian nursing homes

Oakden whistleblower calls for surveillance cameras in Australian nursing homes
 

The son of an elderly woman abused at South Australia’s notorious Oakden nursing home hopes the royal commission will recommend installing surveillance cameras to catch out misconduct.
Whistleblower Stewart Johnston’s late mother, Helen, spent three weeks as an outpatient at the now closed scandal-plagued facility back in 2008. He said she was traumatised from the experience until her death in 2014.
Johnston’s family is making a written submission to the royal commission into the aged care sector ahead of the first hearing in Adelaide this Friday. He hopes the commission will recommend... read more

 
16 January 2019 in World News, Views: 33
Source: Guardian
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