BUPA care home rapped
“Since the inspection in August we’ve brought in more management support and appointed an interim home manager who has a strong track record of making improvements.
“We’ve also further increased our focus on staff training and have reviewed staffing levels to make sure that more support is available when it’s required.
“We’re confident that these changes will help drive improvements at the home and we’re working closely with the CQC to provide regular updates on our progress.”
Any closure would add to Kirklees’ social care woes with an increasing number of care providers saying they cannot meet CQC standards.
Several homes have ceased operating in recent years as tougher inspections were brought in to boost standards. The lack of care beds leaves more people “bed blocking” in West Yorkshire hospitals.