Leah Lodge is a refurbished, boutique care home set on the borders of Blackheath and brings quality residential and dementia care to the local area.
Whether choosing to live at the home on a permanent basis or for a short period of respite or convalescence, residents can enjoy a full programme of activities with a tailored schedule delivered by an activities coordinator and the care team.
As well as an active diary, Leah Lodge believe meal times are the difference between eating a meal and enjoying an experience. A team of chefs offer varied menus that change with each season and are always nutritionally balanced.
The friendly team at Leah Lodge are on hand to give tours of the home and answer any questions regarding the care and facilities available.
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All standards were being met when the CQC inspected the service. If this service has not had a CQC inspection since it registered with the CQC, judgement may be based on the CQC's assessment of declarations and evidence supplied by the service.
At least one standard in this area was not being met when the CQC inspected the service and the CQC required improvements.
At least one standard in this area was not being met when the CQC inspected the service and the CQC have taken enforcement action.
New inspection ratings
The CQC are moving to a new inspection model and rate services according to how safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led they are, using four levels:
Outstanding – the service is performing exceptionally well.
Good - the service is performing well and meeting the CQC's expectations.
Requires improvement – the service isn't performing as well as it should and the CQC have told the service how it must improve.
Inadequate – the service is performing badly and the CQC have taken enforcement action against the provider of the service.
No rating/under appeal/rating suspended – there are some services which the CQC can't rate, while some might be under appeal from the provider. Suspended ratings are being reviewed by the CQC and will be published soon.