Carers all around the UK from the NHS and even private companies are not treating people with the respect that they deserve.
There has been an recent incident in a care home in St Austell. The care home, Clinton House has been caught abusing their residents by drugging dosing them with morphine to shut them up.
Residents at the care home on Truro Road were also left wearing nappies rather than carers taking them to the bathroom.
Disturbing footage of shocking levels of neglect at Clinton House was secretly recorded by BBC Panorama reporters and shown to the nation on the 21st November.
Maaike, a user of a private carer company in Sheffield said: “I’ve had many experiences in poor care. Most of the time its to do with the office because there is bad organisation, bad communication between the carers.”
Loren, a carer in Sheffield said: “You should treat your service users as though you were looking after own mum. Treat them with respect and dignity”.