We ensure that our care homes are ethically operated and offer the very best services available today. They are purpose-built and include specialist equipment like adult lifting apparatus, multi-faceted services that care for those with dementia, learning disabilities, mental health issues, rehabilitation needs, and more. Moreover, each of our homes comes equipped with:
Crucially, our care homes are designed with comfort in mind, and come fully equipped with kitchens and staff that cater for any dietary requirements, including diabetic, vegetarian, pescetarian, gluten/wheat free, and even pureed diets. Our care homes are pre-established (not start-ups), are individually managed, operate in high-demand areas, and are, of course, fully assessed and compliant to fire safety regulations, including fire exits on each floor.
Having top-of-the-line buildings mean very little without staff that are equally as talented, which is why we invest just as much in our staff as we do in our properties. To do so, we start by securing some of the best possible minds within the industry. These individuals are chosen specifically with quality care in mind.
Our management teams are both qualified and experienced, and they lead a skilled workforce that retains both diploma qualifications as well as degree-level education. Furthermore, our staff training accommodates certification in:
All of our staff are fully registered with the Care Quality Commission, Care Council of Wales, Care & social Services Inspectorate of Wales and Royal College of Nursing.
CQC is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. CQC make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve. CQC monitor, inspect and regulate services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and we publish what we find, including performance ratings to help people choose care.
The CSSIW is the independent regulator in Wales, registering (in some instances) and inspecting a variety of care and social service related settings, including adult social care (care homes, domiciliary care agencies etc), children’s homes, childminders, adoption agencies and many more. Split into three regions, North Wales, South East Wales and South West Wales, the CSSIW seeks to encourage improvements in adult social care by inspection and registration.
At RB Care homes, our residents are our first priority, that’s why we go out of our way to provide the best quality service available:
Meal services are available 24 hours a day, and residents are offered a variety of meal options from a menu that changes regularly. Additionally, all our meals are cooked onsite, and can even be served in bedrooms upon request, if residents do not wish to eat in the communal dining room. The rooms are personalised and come with fully equipped en-suite and bathrooms (including commodes, hoists, parker baths, and wet rooms). Additionally, each room includes both call and emergency alarms. Residents also have access to fully equipped, private laundry facilities where trained staff offer professional cleaning, drying, and ironing services. All floors are accessible via stair lift.
Each resident retains a personal care plan, which is doctored to provide for any needs, including personal care, medical, dental, and optical requirements, and bathroom needs. To provide these services, each home has a retainer of visiting dentists, chiropodists, opticians, and even hairdresser.
During the day, residents have access to communal lounges as well as secure grounds outside, including gardens, lawns, and a decked area – there are even dedicated smoking areas! Moreover, regular activities are organised onsite, including visiting entertainers.