Due to a number of issues with the Church of England
, the Kendall House Review will not be making an appearance for 2014, after several months of delays.
It is now neck and neck with the Governments Child Sexual Abuse
(CSA) Inquiry that has also been riddled with problems and delays.
They both lack understanding of the affects it has on survivors and their lives. It takes its toll on Campaigners lives too.
January 2015 will see the Kendall House Review make a significant appearance in the media and questions will be asked.
For some background.
A group of former residents of a children’s home, run by the Church of England, in Kent have revealed that the girls were given massive doses of tranquilisers.
Now those girls have gone on to have children of their own; children who were born with a range of birth defects.
Teresa Cooper was one of those girls. She arrived at Kendall House in Kent at the age of 14. Over the 32 months she was there, she was given medication at least 1,248 times – cocktails of 11 different drugs.