Lyndhurst Residential Home was 'not safe, effective, caring, responsive or well led'

Lyndhurst Residential Home was 'not safe, effective, caring, responsive or well led'
 

A Dewsbury care home has been placed in special measures after being rated inadequate.
Care Quality Commission inspectors have told management at Lyndhurst Residential Home that they must make improvements to protect the safety and welfare of people living there – especially as they found a fire exit leading to a padlocked gate
The CQC carried out its most recent inspection on July 27 and 28 and found that the care being provided by Dr A Subramanian and Mrs S Kardarshi was failing to be safe, effective, caring, responsive or well led. The home has been rated inadequate overall and placed in... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 32
Source: Examiner
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