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Beneavin Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000117, 1 August 2018

Beneavin Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000117, 1 August 2018

Beneavin Lodge is supported by a Training Coordinator who works closely with the PIC and ADON. Training needs that have been identified are prioritized with an agreed timeframe for rollout. This occurs on a continuous basis and most recently included fire training and evacuation, safeguarding, infection control, MAPA, and food safety. There is ongoing MAPA training with seven staff recently completed and next training scheduled for 3/10/18. All new staff recruited attend a very comprehensive induction program to ensure they have the knowledge, skills and competency, to be rostered as part of our care team.
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Beneavin Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000117, 17 November 2017

Beneavin Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000117, 17 November 2017

1. The noise levels from the sensor alarm mats was heard constantly and alarms were seen in use by up to or over 50% of residents in units. The noise levels were extremely irritating, loud and distracting. However, staff working within units had not noticed, responded to or silenced the alarms that were heard constantly going. One alarm rang for over 20 minutes and when the inspector highlighted this to the staff member they confirmed that the resident was not within the bedroom where the alarm device was linked to. On examination of the alarm device it was signalling ‘out of range’. The use, purpose and management of alarms required immediate attention
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Beneavin Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000117, 4 October 2018

Beneavin Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000117, 4 October 2018

Supervision continues to be provided by CNM’s and Team Leaders, and supported by the ADON and PIC. Supernumerary hours are allocated to the people in these roles to ensure supervision is available on a consistent basis. Feedback is provided to supervisors and staff across all floors to ensure a consistent approach is taken. The PIC meets with the CNMs and Team Leaders every two weeks to provide guidance and agree actions. Every 3 months, the PIC completes a night check including walk around of all units, checking on each resident as well as the check list on each floor. This was last completed on 12th October 2018.
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Borris Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000203, 17 April 2018

Borris Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000203, 17 April 2018

The person in charge promoted professional development for staff. Training was tailored to meet residents’ needs. Staff told the inspector they had received a broad range of training which included dementia care and managing responsive behaviours. A training plan was in place for 2018 and this included additional training in fire management, infection control, falls prevention as well as dementia care.

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Lough Erril Private Nursing Home, OSV 0000357, 1 August 2018

Lough Erril Private Nursing Home, OSV 0000357, 1 August 2018

The inspector viewed records of the staff meetings which had taken place this year. A range of issues were noted to have been discussed and included clinical care matters including the management of pressure wounds and weight changes and arrangements for the celebration of events significant to residents. The inspector found that staff had developed a good team spirit and several staff said that they worked collectively for the benefit of residents. For example, care and nursing staff supported and contributed to the activity programme by undertaking some activities and by supporting the activity coordinator during some of the scheduled activities.
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Lucan Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000061, 12 February 2018

Lucan Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000061, 12 February 2018

The designated centre provides care and support to meet the needs of both male and female older persons. The philosophy of care is to provide dignity and respect to all residents at all times, whilst incorporating both personal and family centred care. It is situated in a residential area in Lucan. Twenty-four hour nursing care is provided to a maximum number of 74 residents spread over 3 floors. It provides nursing care to dependent residents over 18 years of age. The homecare model of care is

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Laurel Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005394, 9 October 2018

Laurel Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005394, 9 October 2018

The provider or person in charge must consider the details and risk rating of the following regulations when completing the compliance plan in section 1. Where a regulation has been risk rated red (high risk) the inspector has set out the date by which the provider or person in charge must comply. Where a regulation has been risk rated yellow (low risk) or orange (moderate risk) the provider must include a date (DD Month YY) of when they will be compliant.

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Ashley Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000009, 17 October 2018

Ashley Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000009, 17 October 2018

Capacity and capability Regulation 15: Staffing Regulation 16: Training and staff development Regulation 19: Directory of residents Regulation 21: Records Regulation 22: Insurance Regula[r]

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Ashley Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000009, 24 April 2018

Ashley Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000009, 24 April 2018

Ashley Lodge is a single-storey purpose-built centre situated on the outskirts of a busy town. The centre can accommodate 55 residents, both male and female, for long-term and short-term stays. Care can be provided for adults over the age of 18 years but primarily for adults over the age of 65 years. A complete pre-admission assessment is completed in order to determine whether or not they can meet the potential resident's needs. Twenty-four-hour nursing care is provided.

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Eagla Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005665, 12 December 2018

Eagla Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005665, 12 December 2018

admission to the Nursing Home in order to meet the above aim. In order to ensure that this is completed effectively, we plan to identify staff members belonging to our End of Life Committee and allocate them to discuss end of life care with residents if they have declined to discuss this with their admitting nurse. This will ensure that important information such as the resident’s preferred place to receive end of life care are documented in a timely manner which is also respectful of the residents’ comfort with discussing sensitive issues. The area of communication regarding End of Life Care will also be included in the End of Life training program. This training program will be delivered by appropriately qualified staff in order to upskill the workforce.
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Kilminchy Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000052, 20 March 2018

Kilminchy Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000052, 20 March 2018

PIC has met with Nursing Staff in relation to omission of CRUSH documentation from a Resident's Mars chart who was receiving crushed medication. Staff are all reminded again of their duty to ensure they practice the 10 rights of medication management at all times and a poster of the 10 rights is on each trolley within their view. Staff have been

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Friars Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000342, 12 September 2018

Friars Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000342, 12 September 2018

The multidisciplinary team in consultation with the resident and or their representative are reviewing and updating all practices in relation to restraint including education, assessment, the use of alternatives to restraint, care planning, consent, restraint free periods and safety checks in line with the current national policy and capacity legislation. Each resident whom requires bed rails will have documented alternatives trialed, an individual care plan for the use of bedrails (this will no longer be in the falls care plan as this will aid auditing), and consent and restraint release forms in place. All new staff will continue to receive training on the use of physical restraints in designated centers for older persons. This Action will be complete by the 15/1/19.
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Lucan Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000061, 31 October 2018

Lucan Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000061, 31 October 2018

The designated centre provides care and support to meet the needs of both male and female older persons. The philosophy of care is to provide dignity and respect to all residents at all times, whilst incorporating both personal and family centred care. It is situated in a residential area in Lucan. Twenty-four hour nursing care is provided to a maximum number of 74 residents spread over 3 floors. It provides nursing care to dependent residents over 18 years of age. The homecare model of care is

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Thomond Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000109, 22 August 2018

Thomond Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000109, 22 August 2018

The designated centre provides 24- hour nursing care to 48 residents, male and female who require long-term and short-term care (assessment, rehabilitation convalescence and respite). The centre is purpose built providing single ensuite bedroom facilities and a variety of communal spaces. The philosophy of care is to provide a high standard of care and welfare in a living environment that maintains residents’ independence and well-being.

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Ashborough Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000194, 30 August 2018

Ashborough Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000194, 30 August 2018

This inspection of Ashborough Lodge Nursing Home by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) was unannounced. This inspection report sets out the findings of a thematic inspection which focused on specific outcomes relevant to dementia care. The inspector followed the experience of a number of residents with dementia within the service. The inspector observed care practices and interactions between staff and residents who had dementia, using a validated observation tool. Prior to the commencement of the thematic inspections providers were invited to attend information seminars given by HIQA. In addition, evidence-based guidance had been developed to guide providers on best practice in dementia care and on the thematic inspection process. The person in charge had completed the provider self- assessment tool on dementia care and forwarded this to HIQA prior to the
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Kilminchy Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000052, 28 August 2018

Kilminchy Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000052, 28 August 2018

The provider or person in charge must consider the details and risk rating of the following regulations when completing the compliance plan in section 1. Where a regulation has been risk rated red (high risk) the inspector has set out the date by which the provider or person in charge must comply. Where a regulation has been risk rated yellow (low risk) or orange (moderate risk) the provider must include a date (DD Month YY) of when they will be compliant.

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Conna Nursing Home, OSV 0004447, 1 August 2018

Conna Nursing Home, OSV 0004447, 1 August 2018

Conna Nursing Home Ltd. was established in 2003. It is currently managed by the Ditchley Group. It is a 50-bedded home situated on the edge of Conna and all accommodation is on one level. The home comprises 42 single rooms with en-suite toilet and shower some of which are shared between two single bedrooms. There are two single rooms (not en-suite), three double bedrooms en-suite, large sitting room, conservatory, dining room, oratory, library, hairdressing salon, assisted bathroom, assisted shower room and enclosed garden with seating provided. All rooms have access to a call bell system and residents are encouraged to personalise their rooms. Visitors are always welcome. The centre employs over 80 staff and offers long-term and respite care as well as caring for residents with dementia. The management and governance of Conna Nursing Home is directed by a team of staff who continually strive to raise standards of care. There is 24-hour nursing care available. A pre- admission assessment is carried out to clearly identify the needs of the person prior to admission. Conna Nursing Home employs a team of activity staff. Each resident is assessed from an activities perspective and a personalized programme is designed for them. A care plan will be developed with the resident’s participation within 48 hours of admission. It will set out personal care needs and will provide guidance to staff members. There is medical and allied health services available and all dietary needs are catered for. Residents are encouraged to be proactive in the development of services and facilities at Conna. We are interested in your feedback to ensure that our service is continually reviewed in line with best practice through surveys and residents' meetings.
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Asgard Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005187, 22 August 2018

Asgard Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005187, 22 August 2018

Residents medical and nursing needs were met to a good standard and they were provided with timely access to general practitioner and allied health professional expertise to meet their needs. Staff practices observed and feedback from residents evidenced care that reflected residents' individual preferences and wishes with the exception of residents' activities needs which required improvement. Residents were safeguarded by effective procedures in the centre, stated they felt safe in the centre and their rights were respected.

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Lystoll Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000246, 18 April 2018

Lystoll Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000246, 18 April 2018

Lystoll Lodge Nursing Home is situated in the countryside in peaceful surroundings approx one mile outside the heritage town of Listowel. The Nursing Home is serviced by nearby restaurants/ public houses/ libraries/ heritage centre and various shops. 24-hour nursing care is available which is led by the person in charge, who is a qualified nurse. Staff participate in regular training courses to maintain and improve the level of care for residents. Lystoll Lodge Nursing Home employs 50 staff. All staff and visiting therapists have the required Garda Vetted (GV) clearance in place. Accommodation is available for both male and female residents requiring continuing care, respite care, convalescence care, dementia care, psychiatric care and end-of- life care. Admissions to Lystoll Lodge Nursing Home are arranged by appointment following a pre-admission assessment of needs. This is to ensure that the centre has all the necessary equipment, knowledge and competency to meet residents' needs. On admission all social activities/hobbies, leisure interests and local amenities available to residents, are discussed. For example, local social events such as Listowel races and Listowel writers' week can be accessed. A care plan will be
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Beneavin Lodge Nursing Home, Beneavin Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 11

Beneavin Lodge Nursing Home, Beneavin Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 11

A statement of purpose was submitted as part of the application to renew registration application and a revised version was given to inspectors on this inspection. It had been reviewed in August 2016 and outlined the overall aim of the centre and other details as specified in Schedule 1 of the Regulations. The staffing levels reflected those working in the centre. Staff were familiar with its content and a copy was on display in the centre. Judgment:

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