An inspection conducted by the Care Quality Commission, found that patients were ‘not protected from the risk of abuse, because the provider had not taken reasonable steps to identify the possibility of abuse and prevent abuse from happening’.
‘A step forward’ for fight against cancer: The Christie gets planning approval for £6million Maggie’s Centre
Manchester planning chiefs approve the new £6 million Maggie’s Centre at The Christie.
Ouch! Artist hits back at idea that ‘women’s work’ is easy by stitching into her own HAND ‘work-worn’ look
Eliza Bennett created the artwork in 2011
Sale pensioner who raised £18,000 for Alzheimer’s charity reveals ‘heartbreak’ of losing wife to disease
Sale’s Fred Walker has been recognised by Halifax in the Giving Extra Awards
‘No one will ever hurt them again’: Meet the horses rescued from animal testing and brought to new Manchester home
The horses were rescued by organisation CARE
Honouring her mum: Tot attends Salford service for mother who died of cancer only weeks after giving birth
‘Light up a Life’ will take place at St Ann’s hospice
Promoting the voice of the voiceless: Manchester poet Lemn Sissay launches art project for care leavers
The Salander Project is the creation of Sissay
Manchester’s Unsung Heroes: Woman dedicates 13 years to ‘filling void’ in Bury youths’ mental health care
Streetwise 2000 is set up in Bury
Piccadilly Pulse: Who bears prime responsibility for our ‘lonely’ elderly – the state or the family?
More than 800,000 people in England – most of them elderly – are chronically lonely
‘Cuts MUST stop affecting the blind’: Bolton councillor outraged after report reveals impact of social care shortages
The shocking findings were released by the Royal National Institution of Blind People
Manchester’s Unsung Heroes: Care leaver dedicates life to supporting young people leaving foster system
Kim Marsh was in care from the age of three to 18