In the Herald today:
A CARE home provider has been accused of ‘opportunistic profiteering’ after announcing a fee rise that will result in residents paying up to £500 extra a month. The Care Concern Group, which has 44 homes in Scotland and specialises in dementia care, has announced a 9% rise in some homes.
And reading on:
This will be the staff they should have employed to prevent the ‘tsunami of death’ (Lennon, 2020) in their care homes last year?
This will be the PPE they have needed for flu for decades beforehand and testing provided free by the Scottish Government last year?
Care Concern Group are based in The Priory, Stomp Road, Burnham, Bucks, England.
Their directors (owners) are Paul Joseph Beaumont and Manpreet Sing Johal , above. Mr Beaumont is not to be found, pictured.