A service run for elderly and vulnerable people in Bestwood Park has been rated ‘good’ by the group which regulates health and social care services in England.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has inspected Cherry Trees Resource Centre in Bestwood Park and rated them on whether they are safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led.
The home, which is based on Chippenham Road, was praised by inspectors who visited the site recently.
They said: “staff had the knowledge and skills to care for people safely and referrals were treated with dignity and respect.
People who used the service told inspectors they felt staff were always kind and respectful to them.
They said they felt “safe in the service” and said were encouraged to make choices about their care and support.
Inspectors found staff supported people to be independent and involved in their care.
The care home was one of six care homes run by Nottingham City Council to be rated as ‘good’.