St Mary's Court, at the Old Deanery in Braintree, criticised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)

Dementia care home vows to contest inspection criticisms

Dementia care home vows to contest inspection criticisms

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A care home for dementia patients has been told to improve after inspectors ruled staff lacked qualifications and experience.

St Mary’s Court, based within the grounds of the Old Deanery, on Deanery Hill, Braintree, was deemed to require improvement in three out of five categories.

But the home is taking legal advice due to “factual inaccuracies” it believes are contained in the Care Quality Commission (CQC) report.

See the current issue of the Times for the full story

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2:31pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Paddytric says...

“A care home for dementia patients has been told to improve after inspectors ruled staff lacked qualifications and experience“
Then replace the staff.
Pay peanuts get…… as the saying goes.
“A care home for dementia patients has been told to improve after inspectors ruled staff lacked qualifications and experience“ Then replace the staff. Pay peanuts get…… as the saying goes. Paddytric
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