Hertfordshire based Anchusa Care is celebrating after being rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission following an inspection on the 9th October.
The care provider was originally founded with a commitment to put quality at the heart of everything they do.
Their strapline, Anchusa Care – Quality Care Without Compromise is based on the absolute belief that good quality care should never be compromised, not matter what the circumstances.
Kelly Wragg the owner and founder of the company said;
“The team have worked incredibly hard over the last year and they are delighted to have now formally been recognised, achieving an Outstanding CQC rating putting them in the top 1% of Adult Social Care Providers in Hertfordshire and top 2% of the Country.
“Our care staff are selected based on their values and they often go above and beyond to care for their clients every-day.
“This is reflected in the CQC report where clients and their families commended our standards of care to the CQC inspectors.”
These comments included “they (the carers) are so, so caring, I could not wish for anything better” and “Anchusa Care cares for peoples spirits and souls as well as their physical needs”.
Kelly commented further saying;
“I named Anchusa Care after my grandparents’ house, it was a place of love, laughter, kindness, patience and creativity and where my late Grandma looked after my late Grandfather with advanced dementia.
“Our service really is a reflection of them and the values they instilled in us growing up.
“I am so proud of what we have achieved with our growing team; they deliver excellent care in the local community, are so committed and work really hard to ensure that our clients health and wellbeing is their priority.
“Achieving an Outstanding rating in our first year means everything to me but more importantly to know that we really are making a difference to the lives of people in the local community is everything I could have hoped for.
“I always ensure that the phrase ‘care that’s good enough for YOUR Mum’ is instilled into every member of staff – if the care we deliver is not good enough for our Mum’s then it’s not good enough for anyone else’s.”
You can read the CQC report here