Director of Quality & Care shares her thoughts about Dignity in Care Magazine

Director of Quality & Care shares her thoughts about Dignity in Care Magazine

February 1 marks Dignity Action Day, which aims to raise awareness and promote dignity in the care sector. It champions health and social care workers to understand and instil dignity in everything they do, giving service users a sense of purpose and control in their day-to-day lives. Our Director of Quality & Care, Dianne Underwood,

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Deno’s story

Deno’s story

After being diagnosed with progressive Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and suffering a stroke, Deno spent 4 months in hospital. Although he was able to return home from hospital, Deno’s life changed and he needed support around the house. He now has care provided by CRG Homecare’s Stoke branch, and specialist equipment has been installed in his

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Renee’s Story

Renee’s Story

At 86 years old, Renee had a stroke which turned her life upside down. She led a very active life but following her stroke she lost feeling in the left side of her body. After weeks in hospital, Renee returned home and started to have care provided by CRG Homecare. Initially, Renee had two Care

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CRG HOMECARE WOLVERHAMPTON RATED ‘GOOD’ FOLLOWING CQC INSPECTION

CRG Homecare Wolverhampton has been awarded a ‘good’ rating after undergoing an inspection by the Care Quality Commission. The CQC, which is the independent regulator of health and social care services in England, published its report on 13th November, following an inspection between 7th and 10th October 2019. The report deemed that the service offered

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