This has just been published on the Trust's website.
The Trust declares itself to be compliant in all but two of the Core Standards. Those two relate to services for people with learning disabilities. This area has now been passed on to other providors. One way of getting rid of a problem!
There are some pretty critical comments where outside agencies make their contributions, however. For example, the PPI (Public Partnership Involvement) states:
The Forum expressed concerns throughout the year that staffing levels were of concern in some of its residential accommodation. We accept that the Trust is constrained by commissioners agreement to fund, however it is not acceptable for this not to be implemented.
Early in the year the Forum were disappointed when a concerning press article was published regarding an issue that the Forum had not previously been informed of.
We believe the Trust is not compliant in providing patients with suitable information when there are to be changes to services.
We do not believe that the Trust is compliant in providing an environment which promotes effective care and optimises health outcomes
Reports were made during the year (supported by meeting minutes) of a particular ward having problems with the supply of hot water. This was considered unacceptable by the Forum.
Looks like the PPI does not agree with all of the Trust's declarations of compliance, then.