A CARE home in Caversham has been rated overall 'Outstanding' by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

B&M Care announced that St Lukes Care Home achieved Outstanding in "effective" and "well-led" services, and Good for being "caring", "safe" and "responsive’" following an inspection carried out in June this year.

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B&M Care provides private residential, respite and specialist dementia care for older people in and around the Home Counties.

During the inspection, CQC found the home was led by a dynamic, committed and highly knowledgeable management team who promote a good quality of life through exceptional implementation of care, treatment and support.

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Manager, Kim Franks, said: “We are incredibly proud of achieving Outstanding.

"This is our residents’ home and we work hard to ensure that it is the best it can possibly be through delivering person-centred care within a highly-personable environment by a skilled and committed staff team."

“This achievement would not have been possible without each and every one of the staff team who share a vision and are dedicated to delivering high standards and continuous improvement.”

St Lukes is B&M Care’s third care home to achieve an overall Outstanding rating following Tremona and White Plains who celebrated the same achievement in March and June respectively.