At Templeton House, we are so proud to have received a 'Good' overall rating following our latest Care Inspectorate visit.
We held a big party for staff and residents to celebrate our grades in recognition of all the hard work and dedication the Templeton House team has achieved together in receiving wonderful feedback and scores from the Care Inspectorate.
Just a few of the wonderful comments we have received from residents & their loved ones:
"I’m very pleased with the care. Staff are attentive and kind (relative) is being well supported by staff and their hospitality has been outstanding during a difficult time".
"Staff are very attentive and the care provided is genuine – I can just tell it comes from the heart".
"We saw a few places before choosing Templeton and it's by far the nicest home we saw".
The framework employed by the Care Inspectorate (CI) evaluates the effectiveness of a care service in terms of its support for residents' well-being, leadership, and care and support planning, as well as the quality of staff and the home environment. We are pleased to share that our latest evaluation report has awarded us with an overall rating of 4, with four 4s and one 5 across these categories.
The Care Inspectorate (CI) is an independent body that inspects all health and social care services in Scotland. The Care Inspectorate ensures that care services are adhering to a high standard. The Care Inspectorate visits all care homes in Scotland and observes certain areas within the home to provide overall feedback and support with making changes if necessary.