Revealed: The Leeds care homes told to improve by the CQC

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These are the residential care homes ordered to improve their services following inspections by the Care Quality Commission.

Officers inspect the care providers to make sure they’re providing care that’s safe, caring, effective, responsive to people’s needs and well-led.

The CQC then use this evidence to judge the quality of care before publishing reports on the service they inspect.

A rating to show the overall judgement on quality of care is also included ranging from Outstanding, Good, Requires Improvement and Inadequate.

There are more than 80 care homes within a five-mile radius of Leeds which have a Good rating, and three which have been deemed Inadequate: Atkinson Court in Cross Green, Augustus Court in Garforth and Ashlands in Methley.

Some of the homes - which care for the elderly or those with complex medical needs - have changed ownership or management since their most recent inspections.

Click on the link above to reveal all the care homes in Leeds told to improve in one or more areas.

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