Claydon House Care Home in Lewes is a ‘Good’ care home overall, according to the latest annual inspection of the home by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) published recently.
The CQC report gave Claydon House in East Sussex a ‘Good’ rating because it found the home to be a safe, effective, caring and responsive service during its unplanned inspection visit earlier this year.
The 2015 CQC report for Claydon House said: ”People told us they felt safe at the home [and that] staff were caring and supported them in the way they wanted.”
The report went on to say: “Staff were responsive to people. They ensured they got to know people, before they developed their care plans. Staff were aware of people’s individual needs, developing care plans which responded to these needs.”
Karen Grainger, Home Manager at Claydon House, said: “We are extremely proud of our Good CQC rating. Well done to all of our staff, I was so pleased at the positive comments about our service in their latest report. To know that the good care we offer has been recognised as such is wonderful for our staff, the residents we support and their families.”
Claydon House Care Home provides residential, nursing and dementia care for older people in Lewes, East Sussex. The double-fronted Victorian House offers modern facilities whist retaining the buildings original character.
Located in a quiet crescent, the home offers care that meets the University of Stirling’s high standards of Dementia Care (renowned as a world leader in this field for care training).
Find out more about Claydon House here, or call free now on 0808 223 5418 to arrange a visit.