Fairfield House in Bleathwood have received a good rating in their latest Care Quality Commission Inspection. The home supports people with learning disabilities and/or autism. Inspectors rated all five areas of the inspection, safety, effectiveness, caring, responsive and well led as Good. Inspectors commented on the homes commitment to support residents to have a voice and choices, personalised care plans and the maintenance of strong relationships with their family and friends.
The designated Manager of the Home, Trudi Handy was also praised for her approachable management style. A health and social care professional said communication from the manager and staff was open. Trudi said “I want people to be happy, to have nice life and to go on holidays. I am proud of the staff team. They know the residents and do try new things with them.”