A Maria Mallaband Care Group nursing home that encourages intergenerational interaction between residents and local school children has been rated ‘outstanding’ by the CQC.
A Maria Mallaband care home has been told to improve after food inspectors found ‘sub-standard’ practices.
A family has backed a campaign for the creation of a Minister for Older People after their mother died after a fall from a chair in a care home.
Monread Lodge in Knebworth, Hertfordshire has been rated Requires Improvement after CQC inspectors found residents with unexplained skin tears and bruises.
Ashmead Care Centre in Putney Village, South West London has been rated Requires Improvement by the CQC after it breached nutrition regulations under the Health and Social Care Act 2008.
The care sector paid for more than a fifth (21%) of health and safety fines in cases prosecuted by local authorities, according to new research.
Rose Lodge Care Home in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham took the coveted ‘Home of the Year’ prize at this year’s Maria Mallaband and Countrywide care awards.