Cedar House recieve a ‘Good’ rating from CQC

Cedar House care home in Norwich has been rated as providing a ‘good’ care service in all areas, according to its latest inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

The care home, provides residential and nursing care for up to 24 residents; it was given a ‘Good’ overall rating by inspectors, for providing a safe, effective, caring and well-led care service.

The CQC report praised Cedar House in its overall summary, and noted: “There were enough staff to meet people’s care needs safely and people received their medicines when they needed them. The staff had received appropriate training and supervision to provide them with the necessary skills and knowledge to provide people with effective care”

The report continued: “People were treated with dignity and respect by staff who were kind and compassionate. People were asked for their consent about their care and staff understood how to support people who were unable to consent this themselves.

Peoples individual care needs and preferences had been assessed.”

Susanne McBroom, Home Manager at Cedar House, says: “We strive to give our residents the care and lifestyle they wish to have and involve them in every aspect of their care. We are all extremely happy at the praise we received from inspectors in the report following their visit to Cedar House April this year.”