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Inspection report

Date of Inspection: 6 February 2014
Date of Publication: 8 March 2014
Inspection Report published 08 March 2014 PDF | 85.33 KB

Overview

Inspection carried out on 6 February 2014

During a routine inspection

Our aim is to speak with a representative proportion of people who use the service. We spoke to three people who used the service or their relatives. Everyone told us that they would recommend the service to other people. One person said, “I would definitely recommend them because of the quality of care, companionship, communication and because they are very prompt and efficient”.

People said that staff respected their or their relatives privacy and dignity, involved them in their care and treatment plans and helped them to maintain their independence.

People said that staff met their or their relatives’ individual needs, and carried out the support tasks contained in their plan of care as well as providing companionship. One person told us, “We have confidence that Mum is being well looked after”.

The agency did not have clear written guidance setting out how staff should report any concerns about a person’s well-being, but staff demonstrated that they knew the correct action to take. People said that they felt safe when they or their relative were being supported by the agency. One person told us, “He is in safe hands. He is very fortunate”.

People said that staff had the right skills and staff had received training in key areas in relation to their role.

The agency manager kept in regular contact with people who used the service and their relatives, to ensure that people were receiving the level of care that they needed.