A Hull care home which supports people who require assistance with personal care, those living with dementia, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, has received a glowing report from the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England.
Alderson House, Linnaeus Street, Hull received ‘good’ ratings in every area measured by the Care Quality Commission.
The overall summary from the CQC mentioned that the staff are caring and kind and that residents received safe care.
The CQC noted that the care team receive appropriate induction, ongoing training and support and applied-learning effectively in line with best practice.
These procedures have led to good outcomes for the residents and support a good quality of life.
Staff supported people to meet their health and nutritional needs.
Home Manager Samantha McEnteggart, who is delighted with the report said; ‘I would like to thank all the staff, residents and family for their hard work and support.’
‘Good across the board makes all the hard work worth it!’
You can read the full report here https://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-3770324489