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Barn House nursing home fails CQC inspection

Barn House nursing home fails CQC inspection A Surrey nursing available has been given a formal warning after an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Inspectors said Barn Blood, in Merstham, was "failing to protect the safety and welfare of people". Citing the personal bearing of

County council suspends ninth care home in standards row

The board and NHS Nottinghamshire County have been working closely with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to invite improvements at the Red Rose Care Home, in Brockton Avenue, Farndon, for the last year. David Hamilton, help director for

Care home in Northampton given safety warning by inspectors

Care home in Northampton given safety warning by inspectors Argyle Abode provides accommodation for up to 87 people who require nursing and personal care. The deadline for progress is October 29. If improvements are not made, the CQC has a range of enforcement powers which allow for restricting the services

Lauriston House care home in Bickley is at risk of closure

LAURISTON For nothing care home in Bickley is at risk of closure after an unannounced inspection by the Care Value Commission (CQC) exposed a catalogue of failings. Some of the residents' personal records were not up to era and some were missing.

Whitchurch care home secures 'good' rating from care watchdog ...

The CQC report read: “People were cared for by staff who had received appropriate training, support and supervision to maintain and develop their skills and knowledge to support people in accordance with their needs.

“People were supported to have maximum choice and control of their lives and staff supported them in the least restrictive way possible; policies and systems in the service supported this practice. People were encouraged and supported to eat and drink sufficiently in order to meet their needs and were able to make choices about what they would enjoy.

“Staff supported people to promptly see a range of healthcare professionals in order to maintain good health. People told us that care was delivered by kind and caring staff who sought to meet their needs and ensure they were happy.”

The practice cares for around 40 residents who require nursing or personal care, including those who have dementia, and those who are over the age of 65.

The inspectors talked to staff and residents at Wessex Lodge, finding out how they felt about all aspects of the care home, including safety, management, and how responsive the staff were, all of which came back as good.

Help needed, wanting to add to current qualifications...?

Hi, I was wondering if I threw out a question, what answers and advice I would get back with regards to my personal development.

I am a CQC registered care manager, holdng NVQ4 in both Health and Socia Care and Leadership and Managemnet