Care Quality Commission (CQC) Registration

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. It ensures health and social care services are safe, of a high-quality, effective, compassionate, and meet legal standards.

The Beeches are proud to be a certified service provider registered by the CQC under the Health and Social Care Act 2008 in respect of Regulated Activity: Accommodation for persons who require personal care, under the Nominated Individual: Michelle Robinson, and the Registered Manager: Abraham Alabi.

The CQC aims to “spot and stamp out bad practice in the care sector all together.” Therefore, being accredited by the CQC means that we are meeting the standards set by the CQC, and approved by the NHS and government.

We understand there is a need for young people to be supported with personal care and independent skills when transitioning into adulthood. We are able to take referrals for young people from the age of 16 years, and can provide bespoke packages to suit individual needs.

All our homes are fully configured to ensure the best care standards, each having their own personal touches. They are all equipped with staff offices, bedrooms that can be decorated to the bespoke needs of each resident, and well-appointed communal areas with comfortable home furnishings. They further benefit from state-of-the-art CCTV systems in all outside and communal areas to ensure the safety of all our residents.

Our registration applies to our following locations (view Certificate):

Get in touch with us now if you would like further information or to discuss possible placements.