Aura Care Living, one of the UK’s leading providers of luxury retirement and nursing care, is delighted to announce that its recent inspection by industry regulatory body, the Care Quality Commission, has returned an outstanding report praising the improvements and excellent standards within the home, with an all-round rating of ‘Good’.
King’s Lodge has experienced significant growth and development over the past 6 months, seeing the number of residents grow from 13 to 37 as the establishment has become more and more known for its unparalleled offering within the care sector.
King’s Lodge is run by General Manager Sarah Jane Parkin, who has been with the company since August 2019. Sarah’s energetic and dynamic leadership has steered the home from strength to strength, evident in this recent CQC report, which can be read here: https://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-4021653954.
Prior to working at King’s Lodge Sarah, a mental health nurse by profession, has worked in acute mental health, forensic mental health, and child and adolescent mental health. She has a passion for care for the elderly and those living with dementia. Sarah has worked for various local providers, and has specialist skills that lie with commissioning new services and improving standards for care homes that may have been struggling.
A group of people standing in front of a buildingDescription automatically generatedA group of people in a roomDescription automatically generatedKings Lodge is part of the Aura Care Living collection which is built on the foundation of fundamentally changing later-life living, while setting new standards of excellence. Linda Lloyd, CEO of Aura Care says: “The latest feedback from the CQC shows our dedication to providing the very best to our residents and community. Aura Care Living puts the residents at the heart of everything we do, and the latest rating is a reflection of the dedication and hard work from our community of highly trained staff.”