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Details of this locations CQC registration


Here you will find the list of services and areas where we, the Care Quality Commission, authorise and regulate this service to operate. If you think this service is operating services not listed here please contact us

Type of service
  • Residential homes
Specialisms/services
  • Caring for adults over 65 yrs
  • Dementia
Local authority
  • Northamptonshire

Regulated services/activities

CQC register The Leys to carry out the following legally regulated services here:

Accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care

  • Mr Sagar Sailesh Raja is responsible for these services.
  • Miss Cheryl Hunt is the registered manager for these services at this location.
Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The Registered Provider must send to the Care Quality Commission on the first Monday of the month following this notice being adopted and thereafter on the first Monday of each month, written evidence that the quality assurance systems have been reviewed and an effective system is in place to ensure the standards of the service are to an acceptable level.

The written evidence should clearly record how each area will be audited, the frequency of the audits and who is responsible for completing these audits. As a minimum the auditing systems should review the following: -

- Falls risk assessment and prevention procedures

- Choking risk assessment and prevention procedures

- Skin integrity risk assessment and prevention procedures

- Nutrition and hydration assessments

- Environmental safety, including fire safety and infection control

- Staffing levels and training

The Registered Provider must send to the Care Quality Commission on the first Monday of the month following this notice being adopted and thereafter on the first Monday of each month, written evidence that the falls risk assessment procedures in relation to every service user have been reviewed.

As a minimum you must confirm that the following action is being taken: -

- An accurate and specific falls risk assessment which reflects each service user’s individual care needs and accurately describes how those risks may be reduced.

- Systems are in place to ensure each member of staff is clear about each service user’s identified falls risks and they have a clear understanding of the action they are expected to take to minimise those risks.

The Registered Provider must send to the Care Quality Commission on the first Monday of the month following this notice being adopted and thereafter on the first Monday of each month, written evidence that the choking risk assessment procedures in relation to every service user have been reviewed.

As a minimum you must confirm that the following action is being taken: -

- An accurate and specific choking risk assessment which reflects each service user’s individual care needs and accurately describes how those risks may be reduced.

- Systems are in place to ensure each member of staff is clear about each service user’s identified choking risks and they have a clear understanding of the action they are expected to take to minimise those risks.

The Registered Provider must send to the Care Quality Commission on the first Monday of the month following this notice being adopted and thereafter on the first Monday of each month, written evidence that the skin integrity risk assessment procedures in relation to every service user have been reviewed.

As a minimum you must confirm that the following action is being taken: -

- An accurate and specific skin integrity risk assessment which reflects each service user’s individual care needs and accurately describes how those risks may be reduced.

- Systems are in place to ensure each member of staff is clear about each service user’s identified skin integrity risks and they have a clear understanding of the action they are expected to take to minimise those risks.

The Registered Provider must send to the Care Quality Commission on the first Monday of the month following this notice being adopted and thereafter on the first Monday of each month, written evidence that every service users’ hydration and nutritional needs have been reviewed and appropriate action taken.

As a minimum you must confirm the following action is being taken: -

- A Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool (MUST) assessment has been completed in relation to all service users currently living in the home.

- All service users at risk of not eating or drinking enough have been identified and this is kept under regular review in line with the requirements of the nutritional screening tool in place.

- Individual weight monitoring needs have been identified and recorded for all service users living in the home.

- Where necessary health care professionals have been involved in planning and monitoring the dietary requirements and support needs for service users.

On the first Monday of the month following this notice being adopted and thereafter on the first Monday of each month, the Registered Provider must send to the Care Quality Commission a written report to evidence that:

- An environmental audit covering all aspects of the health and safety of the environment has been carried out by a suitably competent individual and details of all necessary actions completed. This includes the deficiencies identified during the inspection on 10, 11 and 12 December 2019.

- An environmental audit covering all aspects of infection control and the cleanliness of the home has been carried out by a suitably competent individual and all necessary actions completed. The audit should cover the hygiene and cleanliness of all areas of the environment and equipment. This includes the deficiencies identified during the inspection on 10, 11 and 12 December 2019.

The Registered Provider must send to the Care Quality Commission on the first Monday of the month following this notice being adopted and thereafter on the first Monday of each month, written evidence that sufficient provision for staff training is in place.

As a minimum you must confirm the following action is being taken: -

- All new staff have received a comprehensive induction to working in the home.

- All refresher training that is due has been provided to staff.

- Evidence of on-going monitoring of staff training and action taken to plan the training required.

The Registered Provider must ensure that a minimum of three care staff are deployed between the hours of 19.00 and 07.00. every night at The Leys, 63 Booth Rise, Boothville, Northampton, NN3 6HP.

Terms of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The Registered Provider must only Accommodate a maximum of 33 service users at The Leys.

The Registered Provider must not provide nursing care under Accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care at The Leys