Day: March 19, 2020

Report recommends significant shake up to CQC inspections and policies on registration of services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism

The CQC yesterday published the Report it commissioned in summer 2019, in response to the Whorlton Hall scandal. Professor Glynis Murphy’s report makes very interesting reading, but disappointingly is it a little lack-lustre in identifying where the CQC might have done things better. The Report does accept “in hindsight” that things could have been done …

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