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Home Care In The North West & Surrounding Areas"

Westwood Homecare provides bespoke, specialist homecare in Manchester, Bolton, Liverpool, Stockport, and the surrounding areas. For more information about our home care in the Bolton area call: 01204 326 294

The Westwood Homecare way is very special:

It is compassionate, professional, dependable and flexible. Our focus is on providing the best value home care in Manchester, Liverpool, Stockport and Bolton. We only employ trained and DBS-checked carers, so you can rest assured that you will receive the very best care and support in your area, whether it be 24 hours per day or half an hour per day. Our company is built on the strongest foundations and all of our carers and support workers have the relevant skills to care for our clients in the best possible way.

Everything we do is focused on meeting the individual needs of our clients.

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If you are looking for care in Manchester, Farnworth, Bolton, Stockport, Liverpool, Trafford and Surrounding areas, look no further than Westwood. Click here to learn more about our Home Care Services

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  • Domiciliary care (home care) inspections are normally announced 48 hours in advance so that a manager or senior in charge is available on the day.

An inspector or inspection team will use key lines of enquiry to gather evidence and information to support their inspection. The key lines of enquiry are five questions that the CQC use to regulate care and ensure people are at the heart of the care service. These five areas are:

  • Are they safe?
  • Are they effective?
  • Are they caring?
  • Are they responsive to people’s needs?
  • Are they well-led?

Evidence and information gathering will take the form of interviews with staff, service users, friends and family, reviewing feedback forms, observing care, reviewing records, documents and policies, and looking at care pathways.

The frequency of a CQC inspectionis dependent on the care provider’s rating.

Good and Outstanding: Normally within 30 months of the last inspection report being published

Requires Improvement: Normally within 12 months of the last report being published

Inadequate: Normally within 6 months of the last report being published

New services: The first inspection will normally be scheduled between 6 to 12 months from the date of registration

  • Outstanding
    The service is performing exceptionally well.
  • Good
    The service is performing well and meeting our expectations.
  • Requires improvement
    The service is not performing as well as it should and we have told the service how it must improve.
  • Inadequate

The service is performing badly and we’ve taken action against the person or organisation that runs it.

Any care provider that offers regulated activities as listed in Schedule 1 of the Health and Social Care Act (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2012must be registered with the CQC. This includes a number of activities including personal care, nursing care and accommodation for a person requiring nursing or personal care. If you are providing care in a person’s home, you need to register with the CQC.

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