Warminster care whistle blower pens tell-all song
4:00pm Friday 13th June 2014 in News
A former senior care assistant, Adeline Dalley from Warminster, whose book exposed neglect in the care system, has written a song about her experiences as a whistle blower.
The song is called Will the Whistles Blow, which she hopes will encourage people to report abuse.
She said: “I was a whistle blower and I understand how hard it is to do, but neglect and abuse is not going to end unless people speak out.”
She co-wrote the song with songwriter and producer Simon Pollitt, who works at South River Studios, London. It is sung by up-and-coming songtress, Chantel Baylee.
Last year she released a book called Behind Those Care Home Doors which detailed abuses in the care system.
The 33-year-old mother had previously worked in care homes for 16 years.
The song will be available on Amazon from June 17.