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A pioneering specialist dementia care home in south west London has been rated Outstanding by the CQC.

Chelsea Court Place, which provides tailored dementia care for 15 residents, received the CQC’s top rating in four out of the five KLOEs following an inspection in February.

Loveday & Co founder, chairman and CEO, Laurence Geller, told CHP: “We are delighted that our hard work over the past 24 months has been recognised by the CQC. It’s testament to the dedication and outstanding care provided by our exceptional team of dedicated and passionate professionals and the above-and-beyond culture we have fostered at Loveday & Co.

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“Our mission when founding Chelsea Court Place was, is and will be to set a new standard for elderly residential care and create a happy, nurturing environment for members, their families and our staff and we are very satisfied that this is reflected in the CQC’s report. We now look forward to building on the successes and positive feedback to date as we continue to expand Loveday & Co’s care services and open in our new locations across Central London next year.”

Chelsea Court Place provides high luxury dementia care and services, including fine dining and a day club that offers members the opportunity to socialise and participate in stimulating activities whilst being cared for by a team of dementia-trained professionals.

The CQC said it had receiving “universally outstanding feedback” from residents, relatives and professionals.

Inspectors praised the home’s ‘holistic’ approach to health and wellbeing and its “exceptional” programme of activities and events.

A CQC spokesperson said: “All the staff at Chelsea Court Place should be very proud of the care they are providing for people using their services. CQC’s immediate focus will be on supporting the provider to continue to provide safe care to people during the Covid-19 pandemic.”

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