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Like many who place a family member in long-term care, Jayne Connery found out the hard way that you can’t judge a book by its cover.

Connery’s mum spent a total of five years in three different care homes of which the last was the worst. The experience put Connery “off care homes for life,” and turned her into a passionate advocate and campaigner for CCTV cameras in care homes throughout the UK.

In this three-minute clip she describes the impact the “third time lucky” care home fail had on her (watch the full 45-minute interview here):

Visit Jayne Connery’s website cctvincarehomes.com.

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