HSE APOLOGISES AFTER YEARS OF MISTAKES WITH THE ‘GRACE’ CASE

The HSE has reiterated its apology to a woman with serious intellectual disabilities, who was abused at a foster home for 20 years.

The apology comes as the HSE releases two reports relating to the so-called ‘Grace’ case at a foster home in the South East.

The woman was left in the care of the foster home in 1989 and left there until 2009, despite several concerns about abusive conditions.

The HSE’s head of disability services, Dr Cathal Morgan, says the agency missed several chances to remove Grace from the home.

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