The care home which provides accommodation for people with learning disabilities was judged by the CQC on how safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led it is.
Bridle Lodge has been given an overall rating of outstanding after the assessment in July
A spokesman for Creative Care, who run Bridle Lodge, said: “The home, which is managed by Louise Jones, has a brilliant staff team who go the extra mile to support the young people there.
“As well as outstanding compliance to our four core principles: Safe, Trusted, Effective and People First, they have also been praised for helping the residents in their engagement with the community through organising coffee mornings, a Vintage Afternoon Tea, an Easter Fun day, Supporting the local community market and fundraising for Seed To Feed project.
“Well done to a very busy Louise and her team.”
Trent Valley councillors Michael Adams and Sam Smith praised the home in a tweet after the new rating was revealed.
They said: “This is fantastic news and well deserved! Congratulations to the outstanding team”
Read the report here: https://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-262725706