Two care assistants who mis-treated severely disabled patients have each been jailed for two years and nine months.
A judge told James Hinds, 59, and Susan Murphy, 43: "It is impossible to assess the upset, distress and bewilderment your actions caused."
Hinds and Murphy were found guilty of a total of 25 counts of ill-treating outpatients at the Solar Centre, at St Catherine's Hospital in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, by a jury at Sheffield Crown Court earlier this year.
They were found guilty of ill-treating 12 different outpatients between them.
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