Care homes: 'Not good enough is not good enough'
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Care homes: 'Not good enough is not good enough'

Old people are being forced to live in unsatisfactory care homes in some parts of the country.

New analysis by the charity Independent Age says one in three care homes in the North West performed poorly, compared with 20.3% in London, with the elderly and their families having little choice of quality care in places.

Andrea Sutcliffe, chief inspector for social care at the care quality commission, told Today the findings are "not good enough".

  • 11 Apr
  • From the section Health
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