From RTE News Website
A residential centre for people with intellectual disabilities in Co Louth has failed 14 out of 18 tests in a HIQA inspection.

The Broomfield Centre, which is run by the St John of God Services (SJOGS), was found to have purchased items including cutlery, soft furnishings and a fireplace for the facility using the funds of one resident.

Inspectors found this was inappropriate and that the resident had no independent representative or next of kin.


Skip to content