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Ms Owen said: 'We thought her decline was just her dementia to begin with.'You used to walk in and she would grab hold of your hand really tight.'She used to scratch her legs constantly.'If anyone has an inkling they need to shout because otherwise, people are going to get away with it.'I think there's probably more people out there that this is happening to and they're either too scared to come forward or they haven't got the evidence.'Mandy said the assault left her feeling like they had let their dad down.
She said: 'Looking back at it now you think was she trying to tell us something?
Mr Lawal said: 'We are appalled and disgusted by the actions of this ex-staff member.'Of the 22 months that we cared for Sabina, this same staff member provided more than 96 per cent of the total visits.'Sabina was the only service user cared for by this [member of] staff.'Regular feedback from Sabina's daughters expressed their preference of having this staff member as their sole care worker.'We believe in the importance of continuity and understand the benefits continuity can have in the lives of our service users, therefore we agreed to this request.'There was no prior indication that this staff member was capable of these heinous acts.'Mr Lawal added that a CQC investigation concluded that they had implemented all required prevention processes and procedures and that they were working with governing bodies to ensure Miss George would not have the opportunity to repeat her actions.
Since the incident, the family of Mrs Marsden say they have received a bill from Mega Care which they are refusing to pay.
Just go now.'George was fired by Mega Care after the attack came to light, but she was only handed a caution by Northamptonshire Police despite admitting assault.
Ms Owen said: '[The caution] is nothing more than a slap on the wrist, I can't get my head around it.'If I had hit her that day I would have been a lot worse off than her. It really is an assault.'I watched the attack live on my phone from work. Seeing it was just horrible.'My mum is a wonderful person and deserves so much better than this.
Gina Owen, 46, was forced to watch on in horror from her desk as her mother, Sabina Marsden, was abused in her own home in Kettering, Northamptonshire.
The 54th Annual Fall Outdoor Cascading Chrysanthemums is November 4-November 24, 2017.A spokesman for Seatons Solicitors, which is acting on the family's behalf, said: 'As lawyers at Seatons we are, sadly, no stranger to cases of elderly abuse.'It is really important for families of the elderly to watch out for signs that there may be problems, as this family has - particularly where the elderly person has a vulnerability such as dementia.'The legal framework for the protection of the elderly is not as robust as it needs to be.'That the carer in this matter has been dealt with by way of a caution means that she has admitted the assault.'Had this been a domestic assault, or if the victim had been a child, I strongly suspect that the assault would have elicited a much harsher, and in my view more appropriate, response from the criminal justice system.'Unbelievably since the assault our client has received a bill from the agency providing the carer.'Seatons will continue in our efforts to hold those responsible for the failings in the care provided to Mrs Marsden.'Stephen Mc Carthy, England director of charity Action on Elder Abuse, said: 'Seeing the footage of Stacey George abusing her position of trust and attacking a dementia sufferer in her own home is sickening enough.'But the fact that this shocking incident should be caught on camera and the offender escapes with nothing more than a caution tells you all you need to know about how our criminal justice system treats older victims of crime.'Estimates suggest that around a million older people across the UK experience some form of abuse each year.In roosts these bats hang upside down, wrapped in their wings.