Jannette May Ryan SW66036
Posted: Fri Apr 22, 2022 1:27 am
No Longer Registered - Removed
The following allegation was found proved by a Panel of the CCC at the substantive hearing on 6 November 2017, misconduct in respect to 1(d), 1(f), 2, 3(a), 4(a), 5(a), 5(b), 5(c), 5(d), 5(e), 5(f), 6, and 7) was found. 1. Received a referral on or around 19 June 2015, in relation to Service User A, which raised safeguarding concerns and you did not: d) Initiate a MASH referral; f) Conduct and/or record a Mental Capacity Assessment of Service User A. 2. Did not complete and/or record the Section 42 enquiry in respect of Service User A. 3. Received a referral from the police on 4 August 2015, namely a Person A had been arrested for making threats to kill Service User A, and you: a) Did not conduct a capacity assessment of Service User A; 4. Received a referral from the police on 11 August 2015, namely that Service User A had been the victim of an assault by Person A, and you closed the case on 13 August 2015 and did not: a) Visit Service User A; 5. Did not adequately complete a Safeguarding Investigating Worker Report, in preparation for the Enquiry Meeting, in that it did not address: a) The views and wishes of Service User A; b) What action had been taken at that point to protect Service User A; c) Consideration of advocacy for Service User A; d) Consideration of capacity of Service User A; e) Risk to Service User A; f) Consultation with Service User A's GP in relation to medication. 6. You completed and generated an ACM3D and an Individual Placement Agreement, prior to obtaining agreement from Service User C's family in relation to the payment of the top up fee. 7. Following your meeting with the family of Service User C on 3 February 2015, you did not cancel the Individual Placement Agreement when you learnt that there was no agreement to pay the top up fee. 8. The matters set out in paragraphs in 1-7 constitute misconduct and/or lack of competence. 9. By reason of your misconduct and/or lack of competence your fitness to practise is impaired.