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Report Upheld Residential care 29-Nov-2011
Summary: Leeds City Council wrongly kept a daughter from visiting her elderly mother in a care home.
Report Upheld Transition from childrens services 28-Nov-2011
Summary: Staffordshire County Council failed to meet an autistic teenager's educational and care needs.
Report Upheld Residential care 23-Nov-2011
Summary: An investigation by two Ombudsmen highlighted significant failings in the care provided to a man in Newcastle who had Down's syndrome.
Report Upheld Assessment and care plan 16-Nov-2011
Summary: Northamptonshire County Council failed to undertake regular reviews of care packages for two disabled service users.
Report Upheld Disabled facilities grants 19-Oct-2011
Summary: Northampton Borough Council wrongly refused a disabled facilities grant (DFG) application for an extension so a disabled man could access bathing facilities.
Report Upheld Assessment and care plan 14-Jul-2011
Summary: An elderly woman with dementia did not receive adequate in-house care from Worcestershire County Council.
Report Upheld Assessment and care plan 04-Jul-2011
Summary: A joint investigation by the Health Service Ombudsman and the Local Government Ombudsman has revealed how a vulnerable adult in Merseyside, referred to as Mr B, was let down by the joint service provided by the NHS trust and council responsible for his care.
Report Upheld Residential care 13-Jun-2011
Summary: The Ombudsman issued a report criticising the way Bristol City Council dealt with the care of an elderly woman living in a residential care home. The Council failed to monitor whether the placement was meeting the woman's needs.
Report Upheld Residential care 09-Jun-2011
Summary: The Ombudsman issued a report criticising the London Borough of Bromley for its delay in reviewing the care of an elderly man which was "extraordinary and inexcusable".
Report Upheld Direct payments 19-May-2011
Summary: The Ombudsman issued a report that criticised the City of London's adult social care team's failure to pay agreed funding for respite care for over four-and-a-half years.