Caremark is a home care provider offering domiciliary care, personal support, home help and companionship services.Its 100 franchises nationwide receive taxpayers’ cash by sealing lucrative contracts with councils and the NHS but it has been rocked by a string of scandals.Buckinghamshire County Council stopped using it in 2013 after complaints of missed visits, rule breaches and communication issues.
He added: We are shocked at the alleged actions of two members of staff employed by the Wolverhampton franchisee.
Another woman also waved as she sat blocking the office door, preventing anyone from entering unexpectedly.
Rubbing her breasts for the camera, and puffing on a vaper, Rebecca asked: “Would you be able to handle all these girls?
Inspectors said: “The provider had not ensured that all staff were of suitable character to be delivering care by the use of appropriate pre-employment checks.” They added: “People were not always protected from the risks of unsafe or inappropriate care because accurate and appropriate records were not always maintained.” After being told of the latest scandal, Tory MP Andrew Bridgen said: “It’s no surprise the NHS is struggling to get people out of hospital and into community care, when providers are busy doing things like this.
“These workers should be focusing on the important job at hand, rather than ‘diversifying their business’ online.