OUR CQC REPORT
"People were supported to participate in a wide range of events and activities of their choice. Effective systems were in place to monitor and evaluate any concerns or complaints received and to ensure learning outcomes or improvements were identified from these. Staff encouraged people and their relatives to share their concerns and experiences with them."
"The registered manager provided strong and effective leadership whilst encouraging staff to develop in the service. They promoted open and transparent communication in the home where staff felt able to develop their skills and improve care for people."
ABOUT OUR HOME
Langdale Care Home is registered with the Care Quality Commission for 39 residents. The population of Langdale is very diverse, with ages ranging from 46 to 98 years old. All our residents have high dependency and complex nursing needs. We employ 67 staff from the local community and overseas. The dynamics of our staff reflect the high nursing and social needs of the residents and are the core element to providing a positive and therapeutic environment for residents care and wellbeing.
LIVING WITH US
Langdale is a unique place which provides professional Nursing Care within a friendly and homely environment. We are sensitive that your decision for the need for nursing care involves a lot of change. It can mean giving up your home, reduced independence and moving to a place which is unfamiliar. Langdales’ staff will help to make this transition as smooth as possible by welcoming you, your family and friends.
To provide a holistic approach to resident care within a positive, enthusiastic and professional environment
Rights – Independence – Choice – Inclusion
We aim to retain residents’ dignity and independence, irrespective of the severity of one’s physical or cognitive impairment. To have skilled, sensitive care to enable individuals to achieve the highest possible quality of life. To have social, emotional, religious, cultural, political and sexual needs accepted and respected. To have personal privacy respected and to be consulted about daily living arrangements in the home and participate in discussions about any proposed changes to those arrangements. To be fully informed in and fully informed about their individual assessment of care needs with in the multidisciplinary team.