The most recently revealed league table (taken from LaingBuisson’s July Care Compliance Monitor report) shows Home Instead, who specialise in care of the elderly, in the same number one position that they held at this time last year.
The quarterly report includes headline data from CQC inspection reports and presents a digested view of providers’ performance. The resulting league table shows the percentage of inspected branches which are fully compliant with CQC’s core standards covering care, safeguarding, staffing, management and respect for service users.
Commenting on Home Instead’s performance, CEO, Trevor Brocklebank, said, “It is gratifying to see the work we do recognised in this way.
“The service we provide to our clients across the country is focused on personalised care packages, rather than local authority block contracts. This means that we are able to deliver quality care with a minimum care visit of one hour.
“The result is positive outcomes, not only for our clients but for our dedicated caregivers too. The latest data from LaingBuisson bears testament to this.”
Trevor was keen to congratulate the company’s 6,500 caregivers in helping the company to achieve this number one position, “It goes without saying that this result would not have been achieved without the commitment, hard work and dedication of our caregivers.
“They do a fabulous job and I am sure that they share my pride in this achievement.”