Lammas House in Coventry has become the second ‘outstanding’ CQC rated Sanctuary Care service.
Leading learning disability charity, Milestones Trust, is celebrating after two of its services were recently rated ‘outstanding’ by the CQC.
Westfields Care Home in Swaffham, Norfolk has become the first NorseCare service to achieve an overall CQC ‘outstanding’.
Harleston House in Lowestoft, Suffolk has become the third Greensleeves Care home to gain CQC ‘outstanding’.
Fairlie House in West Norwood, London has been rated ‘outstanding’ by the CQC following an inspection in September.
It’s no easy task to gain an ‘outstanding’ CQC rating, yet Resolve Care which has two homes for people with autism and learning disabilities who have restricted rights, has achieved the accolade twice. Owners Anne Graham, a qualified social worker, and David King, a qualified nurse, explain how its innovative approach struck a chord with the inspectors.
Anchor has consolidated its position at the top of the CQC outstanding leader board after celebrating its ninth ‘outstanding’ care home.