Registered Manager: Kathryn McGuirk
Provider Name: Dove Care Homes Limited
Care home beds: 59
Littleport Grange – A beautiful place to call home.
A period property set in its own grounds, the Grange offers its residents an opportunity to enjoy the finer things in life.
We have a highly skilled and experienced staff team ready to assist you with all aspects of daily living, we have a varied menu that is served in our attractive dinning room, a cinema, Spa, hair dressing salon and several living and reception rooms.
Although we are period property with original features we are fully equipped with modern facilities that allow everybody, irrespective of ability, to enjoy all the features of the home and garden. We have local staff who view our residents as members of their own family and every effort is made to make every resident truly feel that this is their home.
Fees Guide: £800.00- £950.00
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We undertook an unannounced focused inspection of Littleport Grange on 20 July 2016 under Section 60 of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 as part of our regulatory functions. This inspection was carried out because we had received concerns in relation to people not being safe and not receiving the care and support they required. We inspected the service against two of the five questions we ask about services: is the service safe and is the service effective.
Before our inspection we reviewed the information we held about the service including notifications the provider had sent us since our previous inspection. A notification is important information about particular events that occur at the service that the provider is required by law to tell us about. We contacted local authority commissioners and healthcare professionals that had contact with the service to obtain their views about the service.
During our inspection we spoke with four people who lived at Littleport Grange. We also talked with the registered manager, the deputy manager and two senior care assistants. We looked at the care records for three people. We also looked at records that related to health and safety. We looked at medication administration records (MARs). We observed how the staff supported people in the communal areas. Observations are a way of helping us understand the experience of people living in the home.
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