Jubilee House care home in Woodbridge, Suffolk has been rated Outstanding by the CQC.
The home, which is run by the Seckford Foundation, provides residential care for up to 25 older people.
Sarah Kopferschmitt, Head of Care at Seckford Care, said: “We are absolutely delighted to receive an ‘Outstanding’ rating from CQC for Jubilee House and we look forward to hosting a special celebration.
“The residents are at the heart of all that we do here – the team are incredibly passionate and caring, and we will always go the extra mile to ensure residents and their families are supported. We are very proud that our commitment to providing quality care has been recognised.”
Inspectors praised the home for being “exceptionally well-led” with a “warm, welcoming and homely atmosphere” and a visible and effective leadership presence.
The team at Jubilee House, the reports said, were “passionate and committed” to delivering a high standard of care, which was tailored to meet residents’ needs and preferences.
Inspectors found Jubilee House provided “outstanding” end-of-life care, with residents receiving comfortable and dignified palliative care that was in line with their and their families’ wishes.
The team at Jubilee House were equipped with the right training, knowledge and skills to ensure residents’ individual needs were met.
Inspectors also found residents enjoyed a fulfilling quality of life and were encouraged to maintain their independence.
Inspectors praised the variety of activities on offer, as well as the ability for residents to pursue their own hobbies and interests with a range of clubs, including arts and crafts, gardening, photography and film.
Meals were another popular social occasion with residents complimenting the quality of food and the flexible menu of freshly cooked dishes each day.
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