08:09AM, Wednesday 02 December 2015
A care home for adults with learning disabilities has been celebrating after being awarded ‘good’ in all areas by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Osborne House in Windsor provides care for nine adults with learning disabilities and autism.
The report highlights that clients felt safe and care was tailored to meet individual needs and preferences.
The home is run by the Advance group.
Director of services at Advance, Debbie Neill, said: “I am very pleased that Osborne House has received recognition from CQC for the high standard of support the team delivers.
“I am proud that we have such a skilled and dedicated team who are passionate about supporting our residents to live full, happy and independent lives.”
The report was published on November 19.
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