A West Sussex County Council spokesperson said: “Together with partners including police, health and other local authorities, we continue to look in detail at care at a number of services run by Sussex Health Care.
“We have kept under constant review whether we publish the names of all nine homes which are part of the current safeguarding enquiries. This was discussed at the September Safeguarding Adults Board and the consensus was that the names of all these homes should be shared with the public here.
“In light of the recent CQC report on Orchard Lodge, residents funded by the county council are being offered the opportunity to move if they wish to do so, and we will work with them and their families to ensure any resulting moves are managed as smoothly as possible. We have advised other funding authorities of this approach.”