The result comes from the UK’s leading healthcare information specialist, LaingBuisson who, for the last year, have been producing quarterly league tables based on data from the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The tables show the percentage of inspected branches that are fully compliant with CQC’s core standards covering care, safeguarding, staffing, management and respect for service users.
The most recently revealed league table, taken from LaingBuisson’s July Care Compliance Monitor report, shows Home Instead holding on to the top of the table position that it held at this time last year.
Understandably delighted with the results, Chief Executive Trevor Brocklebank was keen to congratulate the company’s 6,500 caregivers: “I am immensely proud to hear these results today. We are totally focused on providing top quality care for older people, care which is tailored to the needs of individuals and which allows them to remain in their own homes, leading an independent life. The work we do also bring peace of mind to families and this is also hugely important.
“What these results confirm is that our teams across the country, and in particular our dedicated and committed caregivers, are doing great work and it is gratifying to see this recognised by a leading industry organisation. I would like to thank each and every one of our caregivers for the work they do – we could not have achieved this result without you!”
Published: 5 August 2014
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