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Amy Woodgate, Chessington – rated Good by the CQC

“The service implemented national initiatives to review the quality of their service and provide an individually tailored service. This included ‘dementia care mapping’ and the Eden Alternative principles. The principles of the Eden Alternative helped staff to empower people and to deliver timely, individualised care. The service was creative and implemented their own initiatives including…
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Mt Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells – rated Good by the CQC

“The provider has successfully introduced the ‘Eden Alternative’. This is an approach to providing care devised by the Eden Alternative UK CIC to improve the experience of aging and disability. The benefits of this approach were particularly evident in the way people engaged with and responded to activities arranged at the service.” http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-121567374
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Penylan House Community Care Home, Cardiff

“The manager told us that they had drawn inspiration from the ‘Eden Alternative’ (a philosophy of care which seeks to enhance people’s well-being and their communities). We saw that this was reflected in the home’s statement of purpose, which states that the service is committed to ‘creating person-centred communities, providing people with choice in their…
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Broadlands, Lowestoft – rated Outstanding by the CQC

“The service was ‘Eden Alternative’ accredited. The Eden Alternative is a way of providing care that puts people at the centre of decision making about the way they want to live their life. The philosophy asserts that no matter how old people are, or what challenges they live with, life is about continuing to grow.…
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The Briars, Sandown, Isle of Wight, rated Outstanding by CQC report

“Staff used the principles of the Eden Alternative to support people to live their lives to the full. This was part of the everyday culture of the service and resulted in the ability of staff to be spontaneous to people’s requests. For example, to go out for a walk, to talk, or to just spend…
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The Old Rectory, Exeter – rated outstanding by the CQC

“Eight staff had trained as Eden associates. This philosophy is nationally recognised and was designed to address the challenges to ensure people do not experience loneliness, helplessness and boredom by creating an environment of loving, meaningful and spontaneous activity. A comment on the home’s culture said staff retention had improved and people commented on the…
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Amy Woodgate, Chessington – rated Good by the CQC

“The service implemented national initiatives to review the quality of their service and provide an individually tailored service. This included ‘dementia care mapping’ and the Eden Alternative principles. The principles of the Eden Alternative helped staff to empower people and to deliver timely, individualised care. The service was creative and implemented their own initiatives including…

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Mt Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells – rated Good by the CQC

“The provider has successfully introduced the ‘Eden Alternative’. This is an approach to providing care devised by the Eden Alternative UK CIC to improve the experience of aging and disability. The benefits of this approach were particularly evident in the way people engaged with and responded to activities arranged at the service.” http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-121567374

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Penylan House Community Care Home, Cardiff

“The manager told us that they had drawn inspiration from the ‘Eden Alternative’ (a philosophy of care which seeks to enhance people’s well-being and their communities). We saw that this was reflected in the home’s statement of purpose, which states that the service is committed to ‘creating person-centred communities, providing people with choice in their…

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Broadlands, Lowestoft – rated Outstanding by the CQC

“The service was ‘Eden Alternative’ accredited. The Eden Alternative is a way of providing care that puts people at the centre of decision making about the way they want to live their life. The philosophy asserts that no matter how old people are, or what challenges they live with, life is about continuing to grow.…

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The Briars, Sandown, Isle of Wight, rated Outstanding by CQC report

“Staff used the principles of the Eden Alternative to support people to live their lives to the full. This was part of the everyday culture of the service and resulted in the ability of staff to be spontaneous to people’s requests. For example, to go out for a walk, to talk, or to just spend…

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The Old Rectory, Exeter – rated outstanding by the CQC

“Eight staff had trained as Eden associates. This philosophy is nationally recognised and was designed to address the challenges to ensure people do not experience loneliness, helplessness and boredom by creating an environment of loving, meaningful and spontaneous activity. A comment on the home’s culture said staff retention had improved and people commented on the…

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Sefton Hall, Dawlish – rated Outstanding by CQC

“Staff showed they had an excellent understanding of the people they cared for and people received exceptionally person-centred care which promoted their health and wellbeing and enhanced their quality of life.” “People were partners in their care; care records were individual, personalised and comprehensive.” It’s worth noting that the Sefton Hall achieved an Outstanding rating…

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Amy Woodgate, Chessington – rated Good by the CQC

“The service implemented national initiatives to review the quality of their service and provide an individually tailored service. This included ‘dementia care mapping’ and the Eden Alternative principles. The principles of the Eden Alternative helped staff to empower people and to deliver timely, individualised care. The service was creative and implemented their own initiatives including…

Mt Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells – rated Good by the CQC

“The provider has successfully introduced the ‘Eden Alternative’. This is an approach to providing care devised by the Eden Alternative UK CIC to improve the experience of aging and disability. The benefits of this approach were particularly evident in the way people engaged with and responded to activities arranged at the service.” http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-121567374

Penylan House Community Care Home, Cardiff

“The manager told us that they had drawn inspiration from the ‘Eden Alternative’ (a philosophy of care which seeks to enhance people’s well-being and their communities). We saw that this was reflected in the home’s statement of purpose, which states that the service is committed to ‘creating person-centred communities, providing people with choice in their…

Broadlands, Lowestoft – rated Outstanding by the CQC

“The service was ‘Eden Alternative’ accredited. The Eden Alternative is a way of providing care that puts people at the centre of decision making about the way they want to live their life. The philosophy asserts that no matter how old people are, or what challenges they live with, life is about continuing to grow.…

The Briars, Sandown, Isle of Wight, rated Outstanding by CQC report

“Staff used the principles of the Eden Alternative to support people to live their lives to the full. This was part of the everyday culture of the service and resulted in the ability of staff to be spontaneous to people’s requests. For example, to go out for a walk, to talk, or to just spend…

The Old Rectory, Exeter – rated outstanding by the CQC

“Eight staff had trained as Eden associates. This philosophy is nationally recognised and was designed to address the challenges to ensure people do not experience loneliness, helplessness and boredom by creating an environment of loving, meaningful and spontaneous activity. A comment on the home’s culture said staff retention had improved and people commented on the…