Daughter of care home victim hopes 'change can happen' for elderly

Pauline Slaughter, the daughter of a 90-year-old woman who died after neglect at a Bupa care home has said she "hopes change can be brought about", after the judge criticised the care home operator for 'putting profits over patients'.

Joyce Farrow was being treated for dementia at Stonedale Lodge in Liverpool.

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Bupa put 'profits over patients'

Bupa has been criticised by a judge for "putting profits over patients" after a 90-year-old dementia sufferer in one of its care homes was left to crawl naked around her dirty room. The home's manager has been given a suspended sentence for neglect.