Cedar House given good grade by CQC
Cedar House, our purpose-built respite centre in Spalding has been rated good by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in a report published this month.
Cedar House provides short-term care, day services and outreach support for people with learning disabilities and complex physical disabilities.
In the report which was published after an unannouced imspection 3 months ago, our staff were praised for knowing how to recognise and report and concerns, so our service users are kept safe from harm.
“Staff had been supported to assist people in the right way, including help for them to eat and drink enough to stay well,” the report said.
“People had received all of the healthcare assistance they needed, (they) were treated with kindness, compassion and respect, Staff recognised people’s right to privacy, respected confidential information and promoted people’s dignity.”
An extract from the centre’s prospectus said: “Service users are encouraged to take an active role in the day-to-day lives and supported in making informed choices which lead to experiences that are meaningful, fulfilling and valuable.”
For more information on Cedar House
Pinchbeack Road, Spalding
Telephone: 01775 711375