A 68-bed care home in Aberdeenshire has celebrated achieving very good grades during a recent Care Inspectorate audit.
The Deeside Care home in Cults achieved grade five status in the areas of quality of care and support, quality of environment, quality of staffing and quality of management, and leadership.
Deeside Care LLP director Manpreet Johal said: “We are delighted that Deeside Care Home has lifted from grade three to grade five status in little over a year – this is a wonderful achievement.
“As well as the first-class facilities we have created for residents thanks to our refurbishment programme, we are very fortunate to have in place an excellent team and we are very proud of our low staff turnover rate.
“This success is testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone on the team and further underlines our commitment to raising standards within the care sector.”
Deeside Care has invested over £3 million in the Cults home. Upgrading work has included the residents’ lounges, dining rooms and bedrooms, plus the creation of a new entrance atrium, spa, cinema, hair salon, therapy room and café/bar.
To find out more, visit the new website at www.deesidecare.com