Good rating for Miller Farm care home in Worle

PUBLISHED: 17:30 15 July 2017

Miller Farm Care Home in Worle has been rated as good by the Care Quality Commission. Picture: Google

Miller Farm Care Home in Worle has been rated as good by the Care Quality Commission. Picture: Google


A Worle care home which looks after people with learning disabilities has been praised for its ‘kind and compassionate’ care by healthcare watchdog the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Miller Farm, in High Street, has been rated as good in all areas by the watchdog, which means it is providing a safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led service.

The home can cater for up to 10 people with learning disabilities who have complex support needs.

It was inspected on June 4 and the CQC’s report has now been released.

Inspectors praised the staff at the care home, and the report says: “We observed staff treating people with dignity and respect.

“Staff respected people’s privacy and we saw staff working with people in a kind and compassionate way responding to their needs.”

It adds: “People were provided with regular opportunities to express their needs, wishes and preferences regarding how they lived their daily lives.”

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