Kate Terroni: “More needs to be done to stop people receiving the wrong care”

Content originally from Care Quality Commission

Kate Terroni, Chief Inspector for Adult Social Care, has witten an update following the publication of the second part of Professor Glynis Murphy’s independent review of our regulation of Whorlton Hall.

In her blog, Kate says:

“We’re calling for increased specialist community care to ensure that people get the right support, by suitably trained professionals, to enable them to lead fulfilling lives and not end up in a crisis being placed too far from their own home, not having access to care to enable them to get better.

“We’re also calling for more oversight — this is desperately needed. We want there to be a named national specialist commissioner for complex care — and we want to see a Minister take ownership of this area.”