Promises made after the Winterbourne View scandal have still not been met, according to an official report.
11 people were convicted for abusing residents at the South Gloucestershire care home in 2011.
As a result, ministers pledged to move people out of institutions and into the community by June this year but there has been little change.
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The families of patients who were abused at the Winterbourne View care home say there's been a "lack of progress" in the treatment of people living with learning disabilities.
They sent a letter to the Care and Support Minister Norman Lamb, telling him they were "saddened" that so many people with learning disabilities are forced to live in treatment units miles away from their families.
11 care workers admitted a total of 38 charges relating to the abuse and neglect of patients at Winterbourne View in South Gloucestershire last year.
A controversial plan to install hidden cameras to check for abuse in care homes is being considered by the industry's regulator. It follows undercover filming which showed mistreatment of patients at Winterbourne View near Bristol.
It's part of a consultation announced by the head of the Care Quality Commission today. Our political correspondent Bob Constantine reports.
The Care Services Minister has been in Somerset today meeting one of the families affected by the Winterborne View scandal. Eleven people were convicted after they were recorded abusing residents at the Bristol home.
Sam Sollars was a resident there, and his father Steve has been campaigning for a Government enquiry into care for vulnerable people. Bob Cruwys sends this report from Somerset.
The Care Services Minister was in Somerset on Thursday to meet one of the families affected by the Winterbourne View care home scandal.
11 people received prison sentences after they were recorded abusing residents at the Bristol home.
Sam Sollars was a resident there and his father Steve has been campaigning for a Government enquiry into care for vulnerable people.
A nurse jailed for his part in the Winterbourne View care home scandal has been struck off the nursing register.
Sookalingum Appoo was previously sentenced to six months in prison for wilfully neglecting patient Simone Blake at the private mental health hospital in South Gloucestershire.
A Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) fitness to practise hearing found there remained a "substantial risk" of Appoo carrying out similar offences and causing further damage to the profession.Appoo, who worked as a nurse for 37 years before the scandal, did not attend the hearing in London.
"The panel considered that the convictions and in particular the facts surrounding them, which were directly related to his practice as a registered nurse and treatment of residents, brought the reputation of the profession to disrepute.. ...
"The panel considered that the protection of the public and the importance of upholding proper standards of conduct in the profession and in the Nursing and Midwifery Council as regulator is such that it has no hesitation in finding that Mr Appoo's fitness to practise is currently impaired by reason of his conviction."
A nurse jailed for his involvement in the abuse of patients at the Winterbourne View care home in South Gloucestershire has been struck off.
Kelvin Fore, 33, was one of a number of staff exposed by secret filming for a BBC Panorama documentary in 2011. He was jailed for six months in October 2012 after pleading guilty to the wilful neglect of a patient.
He had stood and watched as a woman with learning difficulties was physically abused by a colleague and had then failed to report it. The Nursing and Midwifery Council decided he should be struck off after a hearing in London today.
Directors of care homes such as Winterbourne View near Bristol where patients suffered neglect could be held criminally accountable under plans announced by the Care Minister Norman Lamb:
Eleven care workers from the hospital near Bristol were sentenced last year for abusing and neglecting patients following an undercover television documentary.