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Inspection report

Date of Inspection: 21 May 2013
Date of Publication: 3 October 2013
Inspection Report published 03 October 2013 PDF | 74.7 KB


Inspection carried out on 21 May 2013

During a routine inspection

At this inspection we spoke with both of the people who were living at the home. We were assisted by the registered manager, the rehabilitation lead person, team leader and one of the care workers.

We found that people were treated with respect and dignity and had been fully involved in their care.

Both people living at the home had been assessed as having full capacity to consent to their treatment and we found that they had been fully informed about treatment options.

People living at the home had complex needs involving various specialist health professionals from different disciplines. People�s needs had been fully assessed and care plans put in place so that there clear objectives that people were working towards. We saw there was good risk management that demonstrated people were able to take on responsibilities as part of their rehabilitation.

The organisation had taken appropriate steps to protect people from the risk of abuse through staff training. There was also information and procedures relating to abuse and the protection of vulnerable adults available to the staff.

The home had sufficient staff to meet the needs of people accommodated. Staffing levels were flexible to meet people�s changing needs.