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

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

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

comprehensive assessment following admission and care plans were in place to meet their assessed needs. The health needs of residents were met to a high standard. Residents had access to general practitioner (GP) services, to a range of other health services and evidence-based nursing care was provided. The standard of care plans was noted to be good with descriptions of how dementia impacted on residents’ day to day live evident and information on residents’ abilities and capacity, who they continued to recognize and their overall level of orientation described to guide staff. Approximately two third of residents had a diagnosis of dementia or some level of cognitive impairment when the inspection was undertaken.
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Clontarf Private Nursing Home, OSV 0000127, 13 August 2018

Clontarf Private Nursing Home, OSV 0000127, 13 August 2018

Communication with residents with dementia was enhanced by careful signage around the building, that would help them find their way, However there was no signage in use to mark individual bedroom doors. Posters displaying the activity programme were small and not easily identified by residents with dementia and while there were clocks around the building and signs informing the residents what nursing staff were on duty, there was no large orientation board or boards in key locations that could prompt residents to know the day of the week, the date or the weather conditions outside.
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Lough Erril Private Nursing Home, Lough Erril, Mohill, Leitrim

Lough Erril Private Nursing Home, Lough Erril, Mohill, Leitrim

The health and safety of residents, visitors and staff was found to be promoted and protected. There were adequate precautions against the risk of fire in place. An up to date safety statement was available. Fire equipment was serviced in line with the requirements of regulation. There was evidence of regular fire drills. Fire doors and exits were unobstructed in the resident areas on the days of inspection. However, not all staff had undertaken training in fire safety and evacuation procedures. Further training was arranged for the 1 August 2016 to ensure all staff would be trained.
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Ros Aoibhinn Nursing Home, OSV 0000276, 28 August 2018

Ros Aoibhinn Nursing Home, OSV 0000276, 28 August 2018

Ros Aoibhinn is located on the outskirts of Bunclody. The centre can accommodate 30 residents in four single and 13 twin rooms. There are two floors and most of the residents are accommodated on the ground floor, where communal accommodation includes two sitting rooms, a dining room and a conservatory. Accommodation on the first floor comprises one single and three twin bedrooms and is accessible by a stair lift. Ros Aoibhinn provides 24-hour nursing care to both male and female residents over 18 years of age. Long-term care, convalescent and respite care is provided to those who meet the criteria for admission.
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Craddock House Nursing Home, OSV 0000027, 28 August 2018

Craddock House Nursing Home, OSV 0000027, 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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Castleturvin House Nursing Home, OSV 0000327, 13 August 2018

Castleturvin House Nursing Home, OSV 0000327, 13 August 2018

Castleturvin Nursing Home is registered to provide care for 42 residents. It is purpose built and located in a rural setting a short drive from the town of Athenry. The building was laid out over two storeys with lift access provided to the first floor. Accommodation is provided in 22 single and 10 double rooms all of which have ensuite facilities. There are communal areas on both floors. Externally there are extensive grounds with a large garden area that is accessible to residents. Many rooms have doors that lead directly onto the garden.Residents that have high, medium or low care needs are accommodated and care is provided on a long or short term basis.
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Ashborough Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000194, 30 August 2018

Ashborough Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000194, 30 August 2018

The single storey building was built as a nursing home in 2003. It was located near Milltown village in a scenic, country area. There were extensive gardens surrounding the building and residents had access to these for walks with family and staff. Adequate car parking spaces were provided. The person in charge stated that renovations were undertaken on an annual basis and the décor of the centre was consistently upgraded by the full-time maintenance person. Sitting, dining, dayroom and recreation rooms were spacious and provided adequate opportunity to allow private family visits, social events and communal activity sessions.
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Sancta Marie Nursing Home, OSV 0004589, 8 August 2018

Sancta Marie Nursing Home, OSV 0004589, 8 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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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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Silvergrove Nursing Home Limited, OSV 0000162, 3 August 2018

Silvergrove Nursing Home Limited, OSV 0000162, 3 August 2018

Inspectors were not assured that there were sufficient staff to meet the needs of residents including nursing staff. The provider representative stated that there was a recruitment drive in progress to fill vacancies and to create a pool of regular relief staff to replace staff on planned and unplanned leave. In the interim, efforts were being made to reduce the use of agency staff and use part-time staff to cover shifts when required. This provided continuity of care to residents by staff who knew the residents well. There was usually one nurse on duty four days per week. There were inherent risks, as one nurse could not safely administer medications, provide nursing care and supervise care delivered to residents. For example inspectors observed that the nurse was interrupted on several occasions while doing the morning medication round, to meet visiting health professionals and support health care staff when requested. The medication round took over 2.5 hours. Inspectors also found instances where the care delivered was not in line with residents' plans. Inspectors observed a warm, friendly relationship between the staff and residents and residents were well groomed. However, staff reported that staffing levels were not adequate and they were rushed when providing care. This impacted on
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Shannagh Bay Nursing Home, OSV 0000095, 13 August 2018

Shannagh Bay Nursing Home, OSV 0000095, 13 August 2018

Up-to-date registration numbers were in place for nursing staff. An actual and planned roster was maintained in the centre with any changes clearly indicated. The inspectors reviewed the roster which reflected the staff on duty and noted that there were at least two nurses on duty in a 24 hour period. An audit of staffing based on the dependencies of residents had recently been carried out and actions were being progressed to recruit two senior carers to supervise and support care staff in the delivery of care to residents. There were no volunteers in the centre at the time of inspection. The provider was aware of the requirements of the regulations in this regard.
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Willowbrook Nursing Home, OSV 0000112, 7 August 2018

Willowbrook Nursing Home, OSV 0000112, 7 August 2018

Inspectors observed positive interactions between staff and residents over the course of the inspection. Staff had a good knowledge of residents' health and support needs, as well as their likes and dislikes. Nursing staff were available at all times, and there were sufficient staff to meet the needs of residents including household staff. At the time of this inspection, staffing levels were in keeping with the assessed needs of residents and the size and layout of the centre.

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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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Middletown House Nursing Home, OSV 0000251, 29 August 2018

Middletown House Nursing Home, OSV 0000251, 29 August 2018

The person in charge was an experienced nurse manager and had worked full-time in the centre since 2006. She had been working in the centre as a manager since 2009 and as the person in charge since 2015. During the two days of the inspection, the person in charge demonstrated good knowledge of the legislation and of her statutory responsibilities. She was clear in her role and responsibilities as person in charge and displayed a strong commitment towards providing a person-centred, high-quality service. She had committed to continued professional development and she had regularly attended relevant education and training sessions, including a post-graduate management training course. The inspector found that she was well known to all residents and staff. Residents and relatives all identified her as the person who had responsibility and accountability for the service and said she was very approachable. The person in charge was also described by a number of staff as a hands on and very approachable manager, who was always supportive of staff. There were arrangements for the assistant director of nursing or the staff nurse on duty to replace the person in charge for short periods including the evenings, weekends and during annual leave periods.
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Sonas Nursing Home Melview, OSV 0000250, 7 August 2018

Sonas Nursing Home Melview, OSV 0000250, 7 August 2018

are day rooms on each floor, a dining room on the ground floor and a lounge area on the middle floor. There is a new extension comprising seven single bedrooms with en-suite shower and toilet facilities and a visitors' room with comfortable seating and kitchenette facilities. Residents have access to gardens and walkways around the centre. Sonas Nursing Home Melview provides 24-hour nursing care to both male and female residents. It can accommodate older people (over 65), those with a physical disability, mental health diagnoses and people who are under 65 whose care needs can be met by Sonas Nursing Home Melview. Long-term care, convalescent care, respite and palliative care is provided to those who meet the criteria for admission. Maximum, high, medium and low dependency residents can be accommodated in the home.
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St Marthas Nursing Home, OSV 0005284, 21 August 2018

St Marthas Nursing Home, OSV 0005284, 21 August 2018

The inspector observed improved practices regarding hand hygiene and infection prevention and control practices. Following from the last inspection, all staff had completed on-line hand hygiene training and breaking the chain of infection training. In-house training was scheduled for these topics in September 2018. Additional hand hygiene dispensers were available throughout the centre. While issues relating to infection prevention and control remained outstanding, the action plan from the last inspection identified that these would be remedied by September 2018.

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Aisling House Nursing Home, OSV 0000003, 13 August 2018

Aisling House Nursing Home, OSV 0000003, 13 August 2018

Requirements This section sets out the actions that must be taken by the provider or person in charge to ensure compliance with the Health Act 2007 Care and Welfare of Residents in Desig[r]

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Roselodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000088, 15 August 2018

Roselodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000088, 15 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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Brookhaven Nursing Home, OSV 0000207, 15 August 2018

Brookhaven Nursing Home, OSV 0000207, 15 August 2018

accommodation and facilities are located on the ground floor; the staff learning hub is located upstairs. Residents' accommodation comprises single and twin bedrooms with en-suite shower and toilet facilities, two dining rooms, an activities room, sitting rooms and a sun room. There are comfortable seating alcoves throughout the centre and toilet facilities are strategically located for residents' convenience. Residents have access to five enclosed garden areas with seating and walkways. Other facilities include the main kitchen and a laundry. Brookhaven provides full-time nursing
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Lough Erril Private Nursing Home, Lough Erril, Mohill, Leitrim

Lough Erril Private Nursing Home, Lough Erril, Mohill, Leitrim

This section sets out the actions that must be taken by the provider or person in charge to ensure Compliance with Health Act 2007 Care and Welfare of Residents in Designated Centres for[r]

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