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Inspection report

Date of Inspection: 11, 17 September 2012
Date of Publication: 19 October 2012
Inspection Report published 19 October 2012 PDF | 83.07 KB

Overview

Inspection carried out on 11, 17 September 2012

During a routine inspection

All people we spoke with said they were happy with the standard of care they received. They also praised the staff and one person said they were "excellent". We observed care staff being very attentive to people in the dining room during the lunchtime meal and the people we sat with said the staff were "always" very attentive.

People said they enjoyed good food and had lots of choice. We also tasted the food and found it to be very good and well presented. We observed on one of the units that people received 'finger foods' as well as the same choices as other people, this was due to their complex needs. The staff said they also joined people for meals.

People had access to a varied activities programme that included group sessions and one to one time. People said they could choose if they joined in the activities.

Where able people were included in the decisions about their treatment and ongoing care, records were maintained of this. Care records were personalised and care plans and risk assessments were in place for all assessed needs. These were kept under review and updated as required.

We followed up on three compliance actions issued at the last inspection in June 2011, these had been met and the home is now compliant.