St Ives care home Cornwallis implements changes at the care home
A CARE home at the centre of an abuse case says it has made major changes in its operating procedures since the allegations against Salmon surfaced last year.
Following her trial, Cornwallis nursing home manager Scott Hulin said a number of changes had been implemented
He said: "There's a new management in place, a new group care manager and a new registered manager.
"We have also implemented a new ethos of attitude towards looking after people with dementia, based on treating people with respect and dignity."
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Mr Hulin said Cornwallis Care Services had been caring for people in the St Ives community and countywide since 1989.
"The safeguarding of vulnerable adults is of paramount importance to us. The police confirmed that we have co-operated fully with them and the safeguarding authority also addressed this matter.
"Our only concern is to protect our residents' welfare. Cornwallis nursing home was inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) on November 3, 2012, when we met the essential standards including safeguarding of people who use the service."