Inspection on 16/05/06 for Rosebank
Also see our care home review for Rosebank for more information
This inspection was carried out on 16th May 2006.
CSCI has not published a star rating for this report, though using similar criteria we estimate that the report is Adequate. The way we rate inspection reports is consistent for all houses, though please be aware that this may be different from an official CSCI judgement.
The inspector found no outstanding requirements from the previous inspection report, but made 7 statutory requirements (actions the home must comply with) as a result of this inspection.
What follows are excerpts from this inspection report. For more information read the full report on the next tab.
What the care home does well
The service is good at providing information about the aims and objectives of the service but this could be further developed by taking the communication needs of residents into account and this is recommended. The service is good at enabling residents to make decisions affecting their lives. The service is good at taking the risks faced by residents in their daily routines into account. The service is good at ensuring that some residents pursue occupation as they wish. The service is good at enabling residents to maintain links with families and friends. The service is good at providing meals in line with the preferences of residents. The service is good at determining the level of support needed by residents and taking their independence into account. The service is good at providing information into how a complaint can be made and residents are clear about the action they need to take if situation arose to express their concerns. The service is good at protecting residents through the policies and procedures it has. The service is good at providing a clean and hygienic environment for residents. The service is good at ensuring that staff receive training and have planned future training for the staff team. Comments made by residents to the Inspector during the inspection included: `I like it` `The staff are nice` `On the whole touchwood things are going well` `I feel safe, very much so` `I have confidence in the staff` `I like the staff they help me` `I like it here better than the place I used to live` `I do allsorts of things` `I can get to see my mum and dad through the week` `Food is alright and nice` `I feel safe here` `Yes I like it here I have been here a long tome` `I want a job and staff are helping me to get one` `I deal with my own money and tablets` `With food I get what I want` `I feel safe here`
What has improved since the last inspection?
The service has now produced clear care plans that are detailed and that they reflect the needs of residents. The service now provides a refurbished environment that is well decorated and provides a good standard to all. The Acting Manager has now submitted an application form to the Commission for Social Care Inspection with a view to being approved as the Registered Manager. The Owner of the home now submits reports to the Acting Manager and the Commission for Social Care Inspection about the quality of the care and support provided. The service has now had its electrical wiring and gas systems checked by a qualified individual to confirm the safety of these systems and have provided evidence of such checks.
What the care home could do better:
The service must provide evidence that residents agree with the contents of their care plan and are involved in the devising of these plans. The service must ensure that all residents are provided with a key to their bedroom door. The service must ensure that the individual identified during the inspection has their health need reviewed within the next six months. The service must ensure that all received medications are signed to confirm receipt. The service must ensure that a risk assessment is devised for the individual who self medicates. The service must ensure that the personnel file identified during the inspection has a current Criminal Records check and that the other file identified has a minimum of two references. Some good practice recommendations are raised in this report and they are included within the main body of the report.