Provider Name: Mrs Beverley Dorne Cundliffe
Care home beds: 5
Scotts View at South Farm is a small care home set in five acres, registered for five service users.
We offer permanent care in addition to respite. Our small team of highly qualified staff are dedicated in providing person centred care with their passionate and empathetic approach.
All food is freshly prepared and special diets can be catered for, we also encourage residents to take part in growing herbs and vegetables in our raised beds, alternatively residents can relax in our tranquil gardens and enjoy the birds that visit us.
We provide daily activities in a safe and homely environment and also have organised day trips which family members and friends are welcome to join. We also encourage residents to maintain their hobbies and interests enabling individuals to feel part of their community.
Scotts View at South has five single rooms two of which are en-suite and ground floor
rooms with French doors opening up onto the garden. Permanent residents are supported to
choose a colour scheme for their room and personal items can be accommodated to ensure
individuals feel at home.
We also offer respite care where we work closely with informal carers, to ensure we promote
independence and support for carers and the cared for. Families and friends are welcome to
visit at any time of the day and encouraged to join in on family day events. Family and friends
can also be accommodated if they live away.
We also enable families to holiday together yet have support for their relatives or friends
where needed. Scotts View is connected to South Farm caravan park where we have
disabled facilities and our care team can provide support with personal care and offer respite
on a daily basis.
Mrs Beverley Cundliffe the proprietor and her team are happy to welcome
families to view Scotts View by arrangement. Call 01507 443746 for more details.
OverallRead overall summary
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 planned to check whether the provider was meeting the legal requirements and regulations associated with the Health and Social Care Act 2008, to look at the overall quality of the service, and to provide a rating for the service under the Care Act 2014.
This inspection took place on 3 May 2017 and was announced.
The provider was given a short period of notice because the service was a small care home and the people who lived there were often out during the day; we needed to be sure that someone would be in.
We looked at the information we held about the home such as notifications, which are events that happened in the home that the provider is required to tell us about. We also contacted other agencies who work with the provider such as service commissioners.
We spoke with both people who lived in the home. We looked at both peopleâs care records. We also spent time observing how staff provided care for people to help us better understand their experiences of care.
We spoke with two staff members and the provider. We looked at two staff files, supervision and appraisal arrangements and staff duty rotas. We also looked at records and arrangements for managing complaints and monitoring and assessing the quality of the service provided within the home.
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