Broadview residential home, based in Fareham, Hampshire, has been rated as Outstanding in its recent Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection report.
The inspection at Broadview care home took place in March 2020 with the report commenting on the excellent support, care and kindness that the team provided. Broadview is the 16th service to join Voyage Care’s extensive list of care homes and community support hubs rated as Outstanding or equivalent across the UK. Complete with its very own chickens, Broadview is home to six people aged 22-67 with a range of needs from autism to mental health. Known for its personalised approach, those at Broadview are encouraged to decorate their room to their tastes, grow their own vegetables and take part in community activities.
Alison Murray has been the manager of Broadview since January 2019 and was delighted with the news:
“I was so happy when I heard and was straight on the phone to the team to let them know the great news.
“We have an extremely dedicated team who love what they do and the people we support. We work hard but everyday is a reward to see how much the individuals here can succeed and achieve. This rating is really just the cherry on top of an already very sweet service.”
Due to Covid19, the team have been getting creative in order to keep the residents active and safe. Alison comments:
“With the current pandemic, it’s been incredibly important that we keep everybody busy, happy and safe through fun activities like our weekly garden keep fit classes.
“We also have our bingo and quiz nights, plus the very popular zen nights which encourage everybody to take some time out and have fun.”