A NATIONAL care watchdog has given a care home in Solihull its seal of approval, with relatives and residents praising the caring and attentive team members.
The Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) report, which regulates all health and social care services in England, gave Care UK’s Blossomfield Grange, on Worcester Way, an overall good rating following an unannounced inspection.
The care home has a good rating in all five categories, which includes safety, effectiveness, care, being responsive and well-led.
The report noted that the residents, their relatives and visiting professionals were all complimentary about the home, its team members and its management. Residents told the inspectors that they felt well looked after, that the team supported them, and the home environment felt safe.
Jo Bennett, general manager at Blossomfield Grange, said: “Everyone has put in a lot of hard work to ensure Blossomfield Grange offers a home-from-home to all the residents and their families and the whole team are really proud of their achievements.
“Every resident is unique, so why shouldn’t their care plan be? We take pride in providing high-quality person-centred care, allowing residents to live happy lives in a warm, peaceful environment designed to encourage independence and support individuals who live at the home.
“I want to thank the team for their hard work, which I know is appreciated by the residents and their families. It is certainly a pleasure to come to work every day and be a part of such a wonderful team. I’m looking forward to celebrating this result with the residents and the team and building on our success in the future.”