Staffordshire care home takes action after CQC report

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A plan of action has been presented to health bosses after a CQC report earlier this year declared the home to be inadequate and placed it in special measures.

Autumn House nursing home cares for up to 67 people formerly had its services provided by Waverley Care Homes until the firm went into administration this year. FTI Consulting, which was appointed as administrator, said the Careport Advisory Services was managing the home.

A spokesman for FTI Consulting told the Staffordshire Newsletter: “Following the visit to Autumn House by the CQC in July and subsequent September report, Careport, the company we have employed to manage the home during the administration, has developed a comprehensive plan to address the issues raised in the report.

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“This has been submitted to the CQC. Improvements have been made and continue to be made and the team is working hard to best serve the residents of the home and their relatives.”

Tags : Autumn HouseCQCFTI ConsultingSpecial MeasuresStaffordshire
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