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Warrington care service rated Outstanding by Care Quality Commission
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has found the quality of care provided by Warrington Community Living, Cheshire to be outstanding following an inspection in August and September this year.
The service was rated Outstanding for being effective, responsive and well-led and Good for being safe and caring. Overall the service was rated Outstanding.
The inspection focussed on the domiciliary care and supported living network provided by the service. People who used the service and their relatives spoke of the outstanding care delivery. They told inspectors that the provider and staff of the service went above and beyond to ensure they received a person centred service.
Some of the findings from the latest inspection included:
CQC inspectors could see that staff knew and understood the people they cared for and ensured people were provided with choices in all aspects of daily life by way of discussion. Innovative assistive technology had been introduced to enable people who used the service to keep up to date with news and events and to be personally involved with recording their daily diaries.
Debbie Westhead, Deputy Chief Inspector for Adult Social Care in the North, said:
“This is an excellent care agency, delivering outstanding care to people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, older people, people with dementia and people experiencing mental health issues.
“One of the outstanding characteristics of the service was the time spent developing ways to accommodate the changing needs of the people who used the service, using innovative and flexible ways to support people to move forward. The registered provider was seen to constantly adapt and strive to ensure people who used the service were able to achieve their full potential.
“People who used the service and their relatives spoke of the outstanding care delivery. They told us the provider and staff of the service went above and beyond to ensure they received person centred care, receiving regular assessments, participating in personal development programmes and benefitting from input from a range of professionals to help them to live in their community, access treatment and support.
“Service users and their relatives were high in their praise about the staff. People's achievements were celebrated and their views were sought and acted on. They were supported by staff that were compassionate and treated them with dignity and respect. It is for these reasons that we have rated Warrington Community Living as Outstanding.”
For further information, please contact CQC Regional Engagement Manager David Fryer on 07901 514220.
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- Last updated:
- 29 May 2017
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