Care inspectors praise good care at White House in Middlesex
White House care home for adults with learning disabilities and autism, run by Craegmoor which is part of the Priory Group, has been praised by care home inspectors for the kind and compassionate way it looks after residents.
The Care Quality Commission said the home was a safe, caring and supportive environment where staff supported the residents, and treated them with dignity and respect.
Inspectors said: ‘People who live at the home and the staff had positive relationships and were treated with respect and kindness’. They added that residents’ ‘needs were met and they were happy with the support they received’.
Inspectors also said that ‘the positive relationships were reflected in the way staff and residents spoke to each other the relaxed atmosphere in the home’.
Residents of the home are actively encouraged to pursue their interests and take part in dance and music sessions as well as swimming, horse riding, bowling and trips to the cinema. Residents are encouraged to help plan the meals for the week and will assist with shopping and preparing the food.
Sarah Hughes, Chief Executive Officer of Craegmoor, said: ‘White House is a wonderful home where residents enjoy living. The staff always do their utmost to ensure the needs of the residents are put first and they provide a safe and happy home. This positive report is a testament to their dedication and I’m very proud of the work they have done.’
White House, located on Shaftsbury Avenue in Feltham, is a home which provides support to adults with autism and learning disabilities. The home promotes independent living, encouraging residents to take an active role in both the home and the local community.
The home is run by Craegmoor, part of the Priory Group of Companies, and provides a safe environment where individuals can live as independently as possible within a community setting.
For further details about Craegmoor and the range of services available, please call: 01905 828830 or click here to make an enquiry.