Weston care home praised by Care Quality Commission
PUBLISHED: 08:15 24 October 2017
A Weston care home has been praised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Cherrywood House, in Eastfield Park, has been rated ‘good’ across the board after a September inspection.
The home provides care for up to 14 people who have a learning disability, autism or mental health needs.
The CQC’s report said: “When we spoke with people throughout the inspection they spoke positively about how they were cared for and how the staff that supported them.
“It was clear there were good relationships between people and staff. People were at ease with staff and there was a relaxed atmosphere when staff engaged with people.”
Home manager Melanie Ben Khadhra said: “I really proud of the team at Cherrywood and what we have achieved in the last year.”
Adam Tomkins, deputy manager, added: “The people we support can see a real difference in their home already, with more improvements to come.”
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