Good news all round at Epilepsy Society's Micholls House
It's good news all round at Epilepsy Society, as Micholls House, one of the charity's six residential care homes for people with epilepsy and learning difficulties, has been rated 'good' in every area by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Inspectors from the CQC paid an unannounced visit to the home for up to 20 residents in October this year and found the services to be safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led.
The house was rated 'good' in each of the five criteria.
The home is purpose built and is divided into four flats, each accommodating five residents. Everyone living at Micholls House is supported to live as full a life as possible.
In their report, CQC inspectors said people were happy with the care provided and had positive relationships with staff. The majority of relatives were also happy. 'They felt thankful to staff.,' said the report. 'One relative described it as:"Home from home where my family member is happy".
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