Healthcare inspectors criticised two Manchester care homes and placed them under special measures last month. The Care Quality Commission (CQC)
Stockport care home found guilty of ‘depriving people of their liberty illegally’ by damning CQC report
A Stockport care home has been found guilty of illegally depriving people of their liberty by the CQC after an inspection highlighted various failings.
A nursing home in Oldham, in which residents had buzzers used to request assistance taken away from them by staff, has been placed into special measures by the CQC.
A Manchester day-care centre has been branded inadequate and a ‘significant risk to children’s safety’ after inspectors witnessed children falling over on its hole-laden outdoor play area.
A special measures college has been criticised by Ofsted for failing to take ‘effective action’ to improve its standards despite languishing well below national averages.