At a recent inspection of our services in Dunfermline, Rosyth, Dunipace, Falkirk and Slamannan, we were delighted to receive ratings of ‘Very Good’ across all of the areas that were looked at.
The unannounced inspection was carried out by The Care Inspectorate, the scrutiny body that looks at the quality of care in Scotland to make sure it meets high standards. The Care Inspectorate provides ratings on a six point scale, where 1 is unsatisfactory and 6 is excellent.
Kingdom Support & Care was rated as 5, which is a rating of ‘Very Good’, for how well we support people’s wellbeing, how good our leadership is, and how good our staff team is.
We work hard across all of our services at KSC to make sure people experience great outcomes as a result of using our service and that the care and support we provide is person-centered. That means we help people get the most out of life, are treated with compassion, dignity and respect, and our staff have the right knowledge and skills to care for and support the people we are working with.
Heather Simpson manages the services that were inspected and said, “I’m really delighted to receive ratings of ‘Very Good’ from The Care Inspectorate and it reflects the hard work and dedication of our teams who go above and beyond every day to help people live great lives, on their terms, in our communities. Our staff are committed to supporting people so that they get the most out of life, spending time doing the things that are meaningful to them.”
Paul White is the Executive Director of Kingdom Support & Care and added, “At Kingdom Support & Care we believe that great support leads to great lives, and to get an inspection result like this is just brilliant. We know that our staff are our greatest asset so we spend a lot of time making sure we get the right people in the right roles and training them so they can not only have a long and rewarding career, but can deliver exceptional life-changing support to the people we support.”