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CQC: From inadequate to good

Steve Allen, CEO of Friends of the Elderly, talks about their improvement journey - which was supported by SCIE. Steve talks about how improvements were made after concerns over safeguarding in one of the care homes.
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CQC: From inadequate to good

Steve Allen, CEO of Friends of the Elderly, talks about their improvement journey - which was supported by SCIE. Steve talks about how improvements were made after concerns over safeguarding in one of the care homes.

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Safeguarding and 'do not resuscitate'

Community Care article 7 December 2016. By a social worker and service user

CQC: From inadequate to good

Steve Allen, CEO of Friends of the Elderly, talks about their improvement journey - which was supported by SCIE.
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