Registered Manager: Lynda Cooper
Provider Name: Leeming Bar Limited
Care home beds: 60
Surrounded by stunning countryside, and with great access to local amenities and the A1, Leeming Bar Grange is a warm and inviting residence situated between the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. With 60 bedrooms divided between residential and dementia care units, we think carefully about the type of room each
Bedrooms are set across two floors, and each floor has two of its own lounges and dining rooms, there is also a conservatory and reminiscence room, meaning peace and quiet is never far away. All furnishings and décor throughout the home are of an exceptionally high standard. They also have an acre of beautiful landscaped gardens with bench seating and tables and chairs, perfect for outdoor socialising.
brighterkind is our approach to care. It focuses on understanding what quality of life means for everyone here, and then provides the right experiences to help them live their life to the fullest. These experiences are built from our specialist approach to quality care, recreation and activities, and food and dining.
For us, every day is a new opportunity. To engage, encourage and appreciate. To be there when it matters. Involved in all the little moments of kindness that help make life feel brighter. When sharing time, conversation and activities means everyone contributes something different. By sharing a little love, every day, we help those we care for to love every day.
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We carried out this inspection under Section 60 of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 as part of our regulatory functions. This inspection was a focused visit, carried out to check whether the registered provider had taken action to rectify a breach of regulation associated with the Health and Social Care Act 2008, which we identified during our last inspection in March 2015.
This inspection took place on 02 September 2015 and was unannounced. The inspection team consisted of one social care inspector. We inspected the service against one of the five questions we ask about services: Is the service effective? This was because the service was not meeting one legal requirement during our last inspection in March 2015.
The provider was not asked to complete a provider information return (PIR) before our inspection, because this was a focused follow up visit, rather than a full comprehensive inspection.
Before the inspection we reviewed the information we held about the service. This included looking at the information relating to our last inspection of the service in March 2015, including the published inspection report and the action plan sent to us by the registered provider. The action plan told us what the registered provider planned to do to make the required improvements.
We also looked for any notifications and other information we had received about the service. Notifications are information about changes, events or incidents that the provider is legally obliged to send us within the required timescale.
During this visit we spoke with the new manager, the deputy manager and two members of care staff. We also looked at the serviceâs training, support, supervision and appraisal records.
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