Sue Murphy Labour Councillor and deputy leader for Manchester City Council open our Wythenshawe facilities.
Our newly branch CASA Warrington, which provides home care and support across the town, was inspected by the CQC earlier this year – unannounced on January 12 and on April 13 at 48 hours’ notice.The inspector spoke to four people supported by the CASA Warrington and two relatives of people receiving care during their visit, and was told that the staff ‘go above and beyond’.
The CQC’s report added: “Relatives told us that staff were always respectful towards their relative and showed consideration that they were guests in somebody’s home.
Bridges Ventures is delighted to announce its successful exit from CASA, the ground-breaking employee-owned domiciliary care social enterprise that has almost quadrupled its care provision in the last four years.
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