CQC Reports


Leyton House October 2018

Overall rating for this service - Requires improvement

The inspection took place on the 9 and 10 August 2018 and was unannounced on the first day. We informed the provider of our intention to return for a second day


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Esna House October 2016

Overall rating for this service - Good

This inspection took place on 19 August 2016 and was unannounced. This was the first inspection of this service since it was registered with the Care Quality Commission. The service is registered to provide accommodation and support with personal care to a maximum of five adults with mental health needs. The service only provides support to females. Two people were using the service at the time of our inspection.


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Leyton House May 2016

Overall rating for this service - Good

The inspection took place on the 16 and 18 March 2016 and was unannounced on the first day. Leyton House provides accommodation and 24 hour support for up to 15 people with mental health conditions. At the time of our inspection 13 people were using the service. Each room had en-suite facilities with either a shower and/or bath with toilet. The service was split over three houses which were all joined together. There were three kitchens and three living rooms in each home.


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Bridge House April 2016

Overall rating for this service - Good

We inspected Bridge House on 19 April 2016. This was an unannounced inspection. When the service was last inspected in June 2014 there were no breaches of the legal requirements identified. The service provides accommodation and support with personal care for up to 13 adults with mental health conditions. At the time of our inspection 11 people were using the service.


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Leyton Lodge February 2015

Overall rating for this service - Good

We inspected Leyton Lodge on 17 November 2014. This was an unannounced inspection which meant the staff and the provider did not know we would be visiting. At the last inspection in May 2013 the service was found to be meeting the regulations we looked at.


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All of our residents and service users are referred to us by other agencies and our referral process is designed to be simple yet comprehensive enough to ensure that we have the information we need. We always carry out a detailed assessment of potential service users' needs with a view to ensuring that a placement with us is the best possible solution for their needs. One of the key aspects of our approach to service delivery is that it fully involves service users.