Carole McMillan

Here’s what I’m up to when I’m not out playing my ukulele and singing !

My main focus these days is the loss of Beverley Louise, a precious daughter, aunt, sister and cousin.

For those who don’t know what happened, here’s a quick overview:

Sadly, Beverley was quite severely disabled after suffering from viral Encephalitis when she was just 17 months old. Put simply, that’s just inflammation of the brain, but the damage it caused was quite significant. Especially to the left side of her brain which controls the muscles on the right side of your body, and it is responsible for language along with logical and mathematical thinking.

As a result, she was paralysed on her right side, and was unable to communicate using speech.

WHY does it matter ?

Learn about her death

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Pending projects

Here is a quick overview of my projects which have all been placed on hold pending publication

The Database Shop

Downloadable datasets tailored for business use.

Multiswap Development

Unique software algorithm for pro-active identification of mutually beneficial transactions

Gigs and Events

A music technology platform that connects local musicians, live music venues, and fans

Happy Days

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My Time

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Beverleys death
70%
WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT
5%
Graphic design
5%
GIGS & EVENTS
20%

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Adult Safeguarding
£millions spent across the country
What do these teams do ?

 The circumstances of Beverleys’ death was reported to Lancashire County Council Safeguarding Team in April 2018.  After a visit by two social workers in July 2018, a report was submitted.  This identified a number of issues including the ‘fact’ that University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust did not publish its policy for the Mental Capacity Act 2005 until July 2015, more than three months after her death.

Response November 2018

This enquiry is being dealt with directly by the directors of UHMB trust and the highest executive level of the NHS.  As such there is no further role for the Lancashire County Council Quality, Contracts and Safeguarding Adults Service and the Section 42 safeguarding enquiry has now been closed.