Some of the people I met could have more help in getting a better life. They were often bored and distressed and staff talked to them not as adults but as though they were children.
"Some of the people weren't treated as individuals and certainly not in a personal-centred way.
"I felt that some people didn't get the opportunities they could have because they couldn't speak or because others thought their behaviour was challenging."
A mum has spoken to ITV News about her anguish after her son was sent to a care home 130 miles away from the family home.
People with learning disabilities have a one in two chance of receiving substandard care, a report by the care services watchdog revealed.