- Our Care Homes
- Our Aims and Values
The prospect of entering a residential care home should not hold doubts or fears about the quality of care or the general treatment that will be received.
The highest possible standards of accommodation and care are the main aims of Caring UK homes. These standards are ensured by the directors’ and home managers’ personal attention to detail and adherence to a variety of documented procedures to which all Caring UK staff are bound.
Becoming a resident in one of our care homes should be a positive experience, and generally should meet the needs and wishes of the individual. If it is not or does not, the Manager and Director want to know about it, and there is a well-thought-out Complaints Procedure, should the need arise.
Caring UK homes welcome suggestions and comments (of whatever sort) from residents, relatives, visitors, members of the public, or formal groups, as this information is often of help to monitor and further improve standards.
Good quality care and life experience, and the rights of residents, centre around six basic areas:
Under these broad headings our care homes will recognise and respect the following Rights of Residents, unless residents are demonstrably incapable [ permanently or temporarily ] and/or legally relieved of this capability (but, even then, as much choice as possible will be afforded, together with even more extensive consultation with relatives or agents).
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