Flies were blown onto food, carpets reeked of pee and people were put in danger at a care home near Sefton Park. An inspection of Greenheys Lodge Residential Care Home revealed the disgusting conditions in some of the food and bedroom areas, contributing to the care home being rated inadequate. People not being given essential help was also reported when a resident at risk of choking was given tea that hadn’t been thickened. The home’s saving grace was its staff, who were praised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for their work under extremely demanding conditions. Following the shocking report from the CQC the care home closed on Tuesday (October 9). Flies in food and pee soaked carpets= Flies were found clustered on a windowsill in the servery, next to the dining room, where food was being organised by staff. A fan blew the flies from the windowsill towards a serving trolley and on two out of three days during the inspection the servery was dirty. Carpets in two bedrooms were also reported as smelling of pee. The hygiene issues meant the care home’s infection risk was higher, stated the CQC report. Not enough staff to do the job Staffing… Read full this story
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