CQC Rating

At Ashbrook Court Care Home we are committed to providing high quality care that is effective and responsive, delivered by an expert team that is well-led and supported in an environment that is safe and secure enabling residents to enjoy a better quality of life.

Here is what the Care Quality Commission (CQC) said about our home:

  • People told us they were treated with dignity and respect and their independence was promoted where appropriate.
  • One member of staff told us, “The registered manager is brilliant, they are calm and lovely, I feel very supported.
  • One person told us, “The care I get is very good. The staff are generally very pleasant, kind and caring.” A third person told us that they were happy with the care and support they received, particularly as they were no longer living on their own.
  • Staff were attentive to people’s needs, whether it was supporting a person with their personal care needs, supporting someone to eat and drink or assisting people to mobilise within the home environment and this was particularly positive.
  • People using the service told us that the management team were visible and approachable.
  • People told us they were treated with care and kindness and received appropriate care and support to meet their needs
  • Suitable arrangements were in place for staff to receive an induction and formal supervision. Staff confirmed they were supported.
  • Staff responded to people’s need for support and demonstrated appropriate concern for their wellbeing and people told us they were happy with the care and support provided by staff.

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If you have a care enquiry please contact us on: 0203 434 1632.
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