Newtown, Powys care worker struck off 'to protect public'

By countytimes.co.uk

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A former Powys domiciliary care worker has been struck off the register because it is “necessary to protect the public”, a fitness to practise panel has found.

Jenna Marie Mellor was a community support worker in Newtown with Perthyn, a charity that provides support primarily to people with a learning disability, when an investigation proved 10 allegations including financial abuse, breaches of confidentiality and wilful neglect.

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