Rationing by undercapacity and privatisation.
Care inspectors and ministers have been criticised for failing to explain in detail how they will improve life for elderly people in care homes.
Older People’s Commissioner Sarah Rochira said she was “disappointed” with their responses to a 2014 review.
It found elderly residents “quickly become institutionalised” in homes seen as places of “irreversible decline”.
The Welsh government said it was taking “strong action” with new laws to improve the regulation of care homes.
Ms Rochira’s report in November followed unannounced visits by experts to 100 care homes, and more than 2,000 questionnaires completed by care home residents and their families.
All public bodies involved in the sector were asked to submit action plans setting out how they would ensure improvements in residents’ lives….