Finding a care home for your loved ones with a learning disability is a challenging task, requiring intricate probing and reassurance regarding the well-being of your relations. One has to be fully confident that the accommodation and service being provided is thoroughly professional, trustworthy and skillful before handing over the responsibility of their specially-abled relatives to a care home.
If you are considering a care home for your loved one, you need to keep in mind the following things:
• Experience of the organization in care business
• The care home is licensed and insured
• CQC (Care Quality Commission) registration and rating
• CQC Inspection reports
• Certification of their staff members
• Accessibility of local amenities
• Cleanliness and maintenance of the place
• Frequency of visits allowed
Once you are satisfied with the quality and standard of services, the care home management will take an assessment of your loved one and slowly transition him/her in living with them. After placement, a social worker will review that your friend/relative is happy and satisfied at the new abode.