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Inspection report

Date of Inspection: 8 May 2012
Date of Publication: 1 June 2012
Inspection Report published 1 June 2012 PDF

Overview

Inspection carried out on 8 May 2012

During a routine inspection

We visited four people who received care and also talked with three relatives.

People we spoke with told us that they were very pleased with the service provided. They told us that staff were polite and courteous and maintained their privacy and dignity.

They felt that their views and suggestions were listened to and taken into account.

People told us that staff were very patient and accommodating; they always asked if there was anything else they could do before they left.

A family member told us that they were impressed with the level of care and concern shown by staff.

People told us they were involved in planning their care in partnership with staff and that the care provided was very good. People felt that they were understood and treated as individuals. They found staff very supportive over any issues relating to their health and well being or practical issues.

Relatives told us they felt involved in the care and were able to contribute to reviews in

care planning. They were informed if there were any concerns about the person's health and wellbeing.

People told us that they felt safe with the staff providing care for them and that they knew how to raise any concerns. They told us that any concerns or queries were dealt with promptly. Those who had support with shopping were happy with the systems for checking money and receipts.

One person using the service said, "I feel safe with the staff that support me, if I did have any concerns I could approach the manager and she would listen." Another person using the service said, "I feel safe using the service, if I have expressed concerns the manager has listened and acted as needed."

People told us that staff gave them opportunity to give suggestions and feedback. Some told us they had completed a monitoring form when their care needs were reviewed.