Sunday, 22 January 2012

Haringey care home closes

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has annouced that 36 Roseberry Gardens, a care home in Haringey, North London has closed after falling short of the essential standards of quality and safety.

During two unannounced inspections last year, our inspectors found that the home was failing to meet 11 of the essential standards that people are legally entitled to expect.

Key findings

During the inspections, we witnessed:
  • one of the providers loudly reprimanding a person living at the home for assisting us with our inspection.
  • poor standards of cleanliness.
  • a lack of safety precautions around potential fire risks.
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