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Care Campaign for the Vulnerable is learning of the pressures faced by conscientious led Care Providers striving to offer a caring and safe environment to both service users and staff. Safety monitoring is proving to be a invaluable care assist tool - bringing a more open and transparent culture into care homes as well as saving valuable resources within the care home sector and the NHS

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Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Founder Jayne Connery speaking on Good Morning Britain on Friday 1st June 2018

31st May 2018

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Founder of Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Jayne Connery and her mother Helen, who Jayne took out of the home care sector in 2016 after being failed and back home to be cared for

Founder of Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Jayne Connery will be speaking tomorrow on Good Morning Britain at 7am regarding the challenges she faces personally whilst trying to secure further home care funding and speaks on behalf of the many famiies and family carers who contact her through Care Campaign for the Vulnerable's free Advocacy Service. Jayne said ahead of tomorrow's interview, ''It's so important to highlight how the home care sector is not supporting many people who are struggling. It's a huge worry and more and more people are contacting me saying they want to bring loved ones out of the care home sector because they are not being given the level of care they should be. Many families i speak to would like to bring their loved ones back home but can't afford to or are not supported. The saddest part is when people tell me they wish their loved ones had been diagnosed with cancer because they feel the emotional and financial support would be there for them. It's a terrible situation to be in and so many families are at a loss and just don't know how to navigate the care system. I feel actally quite lucky compared to some, at least I have home care help during the days and I have a live in carer whose incredible. I am grateful but I have been denied getting my mum funded once or twice in the night. My mum has late stage vascular dementia and is now immobile and incontinent with a list of further health problems. She can not communicate her care needs and everything has to be done for her - the lack of support sometimes take its toll . My mum is unchecked for over 12 hours and this in itself IS a failure of her care.My mums care needs are stated severe in many parts of her CHC funding assessment and yet a nightly check is not fortcoming. I get frustrated with CHC and families tell me the same. It is tough and the money has to be allocated evenly and fairly but people with dementia have constant care needs - its a lottery of care. My owm mum's needs are increasing, not month by month but day by day. Many families tell is they feel the system is letting them down. Familes have to be better supported in care especially the vulnerable who live with dementia. The system needs a overhaul and it's got to start at the highest level.''

Jayne Connery will be talking on Good Morning Britian Friday 1st June 2018 at 0700am talking about Home Care Funding


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