Residential care home celebrates CQC success


A residential care home based in Baschurch is celebrating after receiving their CQC report.

The outcome of the report was a Good Rating in all areas and achieved an outstanding rating in the area of “Responsive”.

“Responsive” means that care providers ensure that their service users get the individual support, care and treatment they need and involve relatives, etc in relevant decisions.

The Coach House based in Baschurch, is a residential care home able to support 9 residents with learning and physical disabilities, brain injury, mental health needs, personality disorder, autism and dementia.

The residential care home is the only Unit/home in the whole of the Select Healthcare Group to achieve this since the group was created.   The Select Healthcare Group is a family run business that was founded in the 1980’s with just one residential care home at that time in the West Midlands. Over the years the company has expanded to over 30 homes across Shropshire, the West Midlands, North Wales and Kent.  The Baschurch home is the only Select Healthcare Group home for adults with learning disabilities in Shropshire.

Director, Brett Bernard said: "We are proud of all our staff at the home and are are ecstatic with the outcome".

The home is led by Jeannette Garratt, who has worked for over 20 years for the homes within Baschurch starting as a bank support worker leading up to current position of Registered Manager for all three homes.  Anthony Lagoyiannis (Unit Manager of the Coach House) has worked for the company for 15 months (having previously worked within Learning Disabilities and he is trained in P.B.S.)

"Our staff have made this happen. It’s this combination who make the difference to the service user’s lives by empowering them to be independent, be part in the community, feel valued and work with them to achieve their goals and aspirations".

 

 

  • Published on 30th May 2019