Responsibility of Admitting in Residential Care
It is always significant to make decisions like getting into a residential care as it accounts for more responsibility. This encapsulates many people, family members and relatives. Considering the amount of pressure that this decision envelope, there are certain parameters that govern BCVS Homes.
Their philosophy includes taking care of residents in a caring and compassionate manner. They believe in considering privacy and dignity as important parameters for life. According to them, high standards must be maintained for the residents.
According to the organizers, they believe in taking care of the elderly on a "Not for Profit" basis. They were found saying that families and friends are an integral part of anyone's life. They believe in offering the best to the residents by employing an experienced staff. All the profits make their way into care of the elderly residents.
Care Quality Commission has been inspecting quality standards. They recently inspected Wexham Park Hospital.
Regional director of CQC in the South, Adrian Hughes said, "While we would acknowledge that Wexham Park Hospital was under considerable pressure at the time of this inspection, this is not an excuse for the systemic catalogue of failings we identified there. Local people deserve much better from their hospital".
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