Beeches Manor in Wokingham rated Good by the CQC
14 January 2016
The CQC inspected the service over two days and found that the services and care Optalis provide at Beeches Manor, an extra care scheme for older people with a diagnosis of dementia, was compliant with all essential standards.
The inspection report and findings were officially published on 6 January and we are delighted that the service has received an overall rating of Good. Specifically, the CQC said Beeches Manor was providing effective, well-led, safe, caring and responsive services.
Since the new Health and Social Care Act 2014, the CQC who regulates care in England, has embarked on a tougher assessment regime to assure customers and the general public on standards of care.
Optalis Managing Director, Mette Le Jakobsen said, We are particularly pleased that customers and their loved ones commented to the CQC inspectors that they found Beeches Manor staff to be very caring and knowledgeable about the customer’s needs, which is so important to us as an organisation, to not only live up to our values but to be acknowledged for this key aspect.
“This CQC report is testament to the hard work and dedication of the Beeches Manor team and is well-deserved praise from the CQC. Everyone at the service should feel very proud of their achievements.”
Picture: Beeches Manor’s Agnes Saldivar and Dan Green proudly show their Good CQC inspection report
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