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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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Lystoll Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000246, 7 November 2018

Lystoll Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000246, 7 November 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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Asgard Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005187, 22 August 2018

Asgard Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005187, 22 August 2018

Asgard Lodge is a purpose built, family run nursing home situated 2kms from Arklow town. It was opened in 1996 and further extended in 2008. The centre has capacity for 34 residents providing residential, respite and short stay convalescent care services to males and females over 18 years of age. The profile of residents was complex with a mix of residents requiring medium to maximum assistance to meet their needs. Accommodation is provided for residents in single and twin bedrooms across two floors.

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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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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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Kilminchy Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000052, 28 August 2018

Kilminchy Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000052, 28 August 2018

dependency levels range from low to maximum. It accommodates both female and male residents over the age of 18 years with a wide range of care needs. This centre can accommodate up to 52 residents. It has 44 single rooms, 36 of which have en- suite facilities. Some of the en-suite facilities are shared between two bedrooms. In addition, there are four twin rooms, three of which have en-suite toilet and wash- hand basin facilities. Adequate screening is available in the shared rooms. Call bells are provided in all bedrooms and communal areas. Additional toilets and shower rooms are wheelchair accessible. There is a large living room where many of the daily activities take place. The purpose-built kitchen is adjacent to the large dining area with ample natural lighting which leads to a secure outdoor area. An additional sitting room is also available. The centre is situated in a busy town and is serviced by nearby restaurants/pubs/libraries/ pharmacies/ GP surgeries etc.
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Kilminchy Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000052, 20 March 2018

Kilminchy Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000052, 20 March 2018

dependency levels range from low to maximum. It accommodates both female and male residents over the age of 18 years with a wide range of care needs. This centre can accommodate up to 52 residents. It has 44 single rooms, 36 of which have en- suite facilities. Some of the en-suite facilities are shared between two bedrooms. In addition, there are four twin rooms, three of which have en-suite toilet and wash- hand basin facilities. Adequate screening is available in the shared rooms. Call bells are provided in all bedrooms and communal areas. Additional toilets and shower rooms are wheelchair accessible.
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Friars Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000342, 12 September 2018

Friars Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000342, 12 September 2018

Staff Nurses were notified via memo regarding the importance of ensuring that the controlled drug check is completed twice daily on the 17/9/18. The controlled drug check book was reviewed and updated to ensure that it is very clear and concise what needs to be checked and signed by the registered nurses. This is signed off by the registered provider or the person in charge. This action was completed on the 17/9/18 and it is also planned that this issue will again be addressed at the scheduled drug training taking place on the 8/10/18 and the 11/10/18, and will continue to be highlighted at Staff Nurse meetings.
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Eagla Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005665, 12 December 2018

Eagla Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005665, 12 December 2018

This was an unannounced inspection to monitor ongoing compliance with the Regulations. The inspector followed up on progress with completion of actions from the last inspection in April 2018. There were non compliances with four regulations found on the last inspection and improvements to bring medicine management into compliance were satisfactorily implemented. Refurbishment work was ongoing to upgrade the first floor of the premises. Non compliance found during the last inspection regarding provision of opportunities for residents to participate in meaningful activities to met their interests and capabilities was not satisfactorily addressed. These non-compliances were found again on this inspection and are restated in the compliance plan with this report. The inspector followed up on information in notifications and unsolicited information received by the Office of the Chief Inspector since the last inspection in April 2018.
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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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Bushy Park Nursing Home, OSV 0000410, 18 April 2018

Bushy Park Nursing Home, OSV 0000410, 18 April 2018

There was a positive approach to the management of behavioural, psychological symptoms and signs of dementia. Nursing staff spoken with were clear that they needed to consider the reasons why people’s behaviour changed, and would also consider and review residents for issues such as infections, constipation, and changes in vital signs. Most staff had recently completed training in dementia care and management of responsive behaviour.

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Eagla Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005665, 30 April 2018

Eagla Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0005665, 30 April 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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Ferndane Nursing Home, OSV 0000759, 18 April 2018

Ferndane Nursing Home, OSV 0000759, 18 April 2018

Evidence of referral and review was available and viewed with early recognition of the signs of clinical deterioration and appropriate management. Regular review of all residents by a medical officer as needs changed or every four months was found. The systems in place to make sure healthcare plans reflected the care delivered and were amended in response to changes in residents’ health, were implemented by the nursing team. Care plans were detailed enough to guide staff on the appropriate use of interventions to manage the identified need, and reviews considered the effectiveness of the interventions to manage or treat the need. Comprehensive risk assessments on which to base care plans were in place and there were efforts to plan and deliver care in a person-centred manner. However, evidence was not available to assure inspectors that care interventions outlined in the care plans of some residents were being implemented. This finding is included under outcome 5 staffing.
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Cherryfield Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000024, 04 April 2018

Cherryfield Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000024, 04 April 2018

Cherryfield Lodge is situated in Ranelagh, Dublin 6 and is well serviced by nearby restaurants, libraries, community halls, and is close to the National Concert Hall and theatres. The ethos of Cherryfield Lodge is based on that of the Jesuit Order. The principles observed in the care of the Residents and in dealing with staff are based on Jesuit core values. The mission and underlying values of Cherryfield Lodge are those of faith and justice, human dignity, compassion, quality and advocacy. The mission of Cherryfield Lodge is to provide a residential setting where residents are cared for while enabling them to lead a life which is as close as possible to that of other members of the Society of Jesus (Jesuit Order), and other religious orders in accordance with their present condition. Cherryfield Lodge is a twenty bed residential unit where residents (male only) can enjoy a good quality of life and are supported and valued within the care environment to promote their health and well-being. Male residents with the following care needs can be accommodated: general care, respite care, dementia care and those convalescing, providing 24 hour nursing care as provided and as directed by our policies and procedures. Jesuits, members of other religious orders and the general public may be admitted to Cherryfield Lodge and all levels of dependency are admitted.
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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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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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Strathmore Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0004449, 21 May 2018

Strathmore Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0004449, 21 May 2018

The provider had taken over the centre in February 2018 and there was evidence of active engagement in the governance, operational management and administration of the service to improve care delivery. The programme of refurbishment had commenced at the time of inspection; flooring was being replaced throughout the centre; and some of the centre had been painted and this was done in line with the dementia-specific model. Nonetheless, aspects of the premises both inside

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Shannon Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000383, 4 September 2018

Shannon Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000383, 4 September 2018

Education and training on dementia care, responsive behaviours and statutory topics such as fire safety and adult protection had been provided to ensure that all staff were appropriately skilled to meet the diverse care needs of residents. Staff were effectively supervised by the person in charge and nursing staff were observed to be available to provide advice and guidance throughout the inspection. As described throughout this report staff engaged positively with residents and to their requests for assistance. Staff the inspector talked to were enthusiastic about their work and said they enjoyed the company of residents and ensured they made a positive contribution to residents’ quality of life each day. They said they were familiar with the standards of care expected and worked hard to achieve high standards every day.
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Maynooth Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0004593, 14 February 2018

Maynooth Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0004593, 14 February 2018

Medicines were stored and administered in accordance with good practice guidance. Medicines for residents were supplied in blister packs from the pharmacy. Medicines were stored in a locked trolley which was stored securely within the clinical room when not in use. The temperature of the medication fridge was monitored and recorded daily and medicines requiring refrigeration were stored appropriately. Handling and storage of controlled drugs was safe and monitored twice daily by two nursing staff and a register was maintained. Nurses had completed medicine management training.

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Eliza Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000663, 28 May 2018

Eliza Lodge Nursing Home, OSV 0000663, 28 May 2018

The training records for all staff were reviewed and showed that a wide range of training was provided for staff including training in areas such as dementia and managing responsive behaviours. The inspector noted that the dementia training included an item called 'a take home message' which was a change that the staff member was going to undertake as a result of the training. This was then reviewed a week later to check progress. Staff spoken with told the inspector how valuable they found this element of training.

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