Residents and staff at The Chaseley Trust in Eastbourne, East Sussex are celebrating after being awarded Outstanding by the CQC.
The charity owned home cares for adults with complex physical disabilities and those living with progressive neurological conditions.
Lesley Standing, CEO of The Chaseley Trust, said: “This is a fantastic achievement and follows three years of intensive hard work and focus from everyone working at Chaseley to return the service back to a level of excellence.
“As a one off charity owned home, we rely on continued donations, support and fundraising and we are always keen to get in touch with any potential volunteers, local groups or businesses who could support us in any way with establishing new links or to help us fundraise for identified projects to benefit our residents to continue our journey of providing excellent care and rehabilitation support for the next 72 years.”
The CQC said people at the service were “treated with high levels of kindness and compassion, residents felt safe and the home was seen as promoting independence for residents. People were engaged in activities which gave them a sense of self-worth and responsibility”.
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