Care in Mind home, Stubblebank has achieved an overall ‘Good’ rating, following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Inspectors carried out an examination into services offered at the end of August. The CQC rated the home ‘Good’ overall, with each of the individual categories; safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led each receiving a good in their domain.

Inspectors noted that staff had received the appropriate training and supervision to help support young people effectively. Staff were also praised for supporting service users in the least restrictive way possible and in their best interests with the policies and systems in the service that supported this practice.

The inspection report also noted that staff worked closely with other health and social care professionals to ensure that young people received appropriate and timely care with Stubblebank placing a strong focus on developing and maintaining young people’s independent living skills and supported individuals based on their bespoke recovery goals. The report said, “The service had an open and honest culture and staff showed commitment to achieving good outcomes for young people with complex mental health difficulties” 

Sharron Amri, Managing Director at Care in Mind said, “I’m delighted with this result but, more so, words cannot express just how pleased I am for our staff, the rating is a wonderful reflection of how we care and support our young people, everyone works incredibly hard to ensure that every young person receives the best care, Our approach is always to put the young person at the heart of their care and this is something the CQC highlighted.

I’m also delighted that this report reflects how we work differently to other social care providers to ensure each young person receives individualised care that is right for them. We feel so proud and privileged to work with such amazing staff.”

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