Ms Deaney had received previous warnings from her employer about the use of her phone at work.
She lost sight of him at around 2pm before two dog walkers spotted Majid floating face-down and pulled him from the water.
In a narrative verdict the circumstances of a death are recorded without attributing the cause to a named individual.
Ms Deaney said she was not prepared to answer nearly all of the questions directed at her for legal reasons.
He was on an activity trip with patients from Springwood Day Centre, in Mapperley, which cares for people with learning difficulties and autism.
Majid decided he wanted to go for a walk around the lake after a lunch break instead of going back out on a boat with the rest of the group.
It has taken just over three years for the family to find out when, where, and how Majid died.
Everyone has heard of Robin Hood, Nottingham's most favourite folk hero.Phone records suggest she then spoke to Mr Shepheard on her mobile for several minutes before the call ended ‘abruptly’.Ms Deaney told police in a statement she had lost sight of Majid for about three seconds but it took her around four minutes to walk back along the path and find him.An inquest heard that his carer Nikki Deaney was messaging a man she’d met through a dating website.Majid Akhtar, 28, was found floating face-down in the King’s Mill Reservoir, near Mansfield, Notts., on September 10, 2012.As with any large city in the UK, finding the right person to spend your time with can take time, especially with a large population spending precious time commuting home after a long day at work, but Slow Dating is here to help you uncover the options available to you.