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Jasmine House Requires improvement

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Inspection report

Date of Inspection: 29 January 2014
Date of Publication: 22 February 2014
Inspection Report published 22 February 2014 PDF | 76.01 KB

Overview

Inspection carried out on 29 January 2014

During a routine inspection

During our inspection of Jasmine House on 29 January 2014, we spoke with three people who lived at the home and three members of staff. There were currently five people living at Jasmine House.

On the day of our inspection three people were at home and others were out having lunch with family and attending a local day centre. People we spoke with were positive about the care that they received and felt involved in setting their own personal goals and in planning how their care needs were met. One person told us: �I�m happy here. I�m looked after and there is always someone there for me�.

We found that care records were current and reflected the needs of people who lived in the home. Staff demonstrated a good understanding and knowledge of the care and support people required.

Safeguarding policies to protect vulnerable adults were in place and staff had undertaken safeguarding training.

The premises were well maintained and records showed that appropriate safety checks had taken place on systems and equipment to ensure the safety of people living in the home.

There was a recruitment procedure in place which ensured that only people suitable to work with vulnerable people were employed. Staff received a wide range of training which equipped them for their role.

The provider had a system in place to check that people were satisfied with the service and they had various monitoring checks on a number of aspects of the service.