Hyde Lea care home Enter and View report

Read our full report on our visit to Hyde Lea care home. We spoke to staff and residents as well as observing practices throughout the day. Our report contains the details of our findings together with our recommendations.
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Summary of findings 

At the time of our visit, the evidence is that the home was operating to a very good standard of care with regard to Dignity and Respect 

  • Residents looked tidy and clean, we saw no evidence of dignity not being respected.
  • We saw evidence of staff interacting with patients positively and regularly, including just checking they were okay if they had been sat for a while. 
  • Residents had a key worker to look after their personal care and deal with their concerns 
  • Residents told us that they were very happy with the food. 
  • We were informed about a variety of social activities, individually tailored to suit each resident 
  • Staff told us and we saw evidence that they received ongoing training in providing a service centred around dignity and respect 
  • Staff raised concerns about dental care. 


Read the details of our report, our findings and the recommendations we put forward after the visit by downloading the full report below

Hyde Lea Enter and View report

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