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Another Romford Care Home Rated ‘Good’!

Following our rating success in September for Domiciliary Care Services and in February for Beauly Way, Romford, we are delighted that another of our services has been rated ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Neave Crescent, a 10-bedded registered care home for people with learning disabilities and autism, in Romford, was awarded the rating after being visited by CQC inspectors at the end of January.

Inspectors found that ‘People continued to receive safe care. Risks to people were identified and there was guidance in place for staff to minimise these risks. There were safeguarding processes in place to protect people from abuse.’

‘People were supported by staff who had received training to provide a safe and effective service.’

‘The service continued to be well led. The management team ensured the quality of the service was monitored regularly. The registered manager worked well with other organisations to ensure people received the care and support they needed.’

We are delighted that Neave Crescent has again received this rating, having previously been rated ‘good’ by the CQC in October 2015.

Neave Crescent’s ‘good’ rating has also been featured in the Havering Yellow Advertiser.  See article here.

Click here for the full CQC report.

People were supported to have choice and remain as independent as possible. The provider was compliant with the principles of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.
People and their relatives were involved in decisions about their care.

- CQC Inspectors