Fife care home scores unanimous ‘very good’ ratings after inspectors’ visit
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Roselea House, based in Cowdenbeath, enjoyed unanimous praise after a recent visit. It scored ‘very good’ across the board, and threw a special celebration in honour of its accomplishment.
The report highlighted the exceptional work done by the staff, stating that “people are cared for with kindness by staff that knew them well” and that the inspectors “observed warm and caring interactions between staff and people”. The positive experiences of residents on a day-to-day basis was emphasised, with the report noting that “staff were proactive in engaging with people, supporting them to have a meaningful day”.
The home was also praised for its person-centred approach, with detailed support plans tailored for the unique needs and preferences of each resident. The inspectors commented that “the manager and staff team had a good overview of people’s needs” and “were able to provide person-centred care”.
Inspectors noted the range of engaging and stimulating activities offered by the home, both within the grounds and in the local community. It also discussed the strong leadership and management practices displayed at Roselea House, part of the Holmes Care Group, with staff sharing that they felt valued by both the management and the provider Holmes Care, and the report highlighting that “management was visible and well-led”.
Ruth Goodman, manager, said: “We are thrilled to have received such a fantastic report from the Care Inspectorate. This truly reflects all the hard work which our entire team puts in to creating a positive environment for residents, and I am so proud that they have been recognised for consistently going above and beyond to provide the highest standard of care”.