2011 Saw another big year at JS Care Ltd, taking another step forward when developing a new service named 'Stoneybeck', Stoneybeck is another specialist Residential service providing support for complex individuals living with conditions such as, Autism, Fragile X Syndrome, Dementia, Complex sensory needs, Learning Difficulties, attachment disorders and varying degrees of mental health conditions.
After initially developing the original Dorma Bungalow which has 5 bedrooms, JS Care Ltd went on to develop a dethatched garage that is located to the back of this property which has 2 bedrooms, meeting a total registration of 7 for this service. Stoneybeck and our staff team has an excellent reputation for providing excellent levels of care and support having been full now for 9 years.
Stoneybeck's initial building has 5 large bedrooms all with their own individual bathroom's, two large living room, a communal kitchen and a large communal garden, The 'Annex' located at the back of the original property has 2 large bedrooms both with their own bathrooms, a large communal living room and a large shared kitchen again with its own a large communal garden. Stoneybeck is located in the centre of Kinsley with easy accessable bus routes that can enable you access to larger towns such as Barnley, Wakefield, South Elmsall, Hemsworth, A Stone throw away is the Fitzwilliam train station that is on a major line again freeing up access to Wakefield, Leeds, Doncaster and Sheffield. Stoneybeck is lucky to be surround by local shops and with Hemsworth only a mile away access to a Large tesco's Supermarket.
Our Last Inspection at Stoneybeck taking place in the mix of the COVID-19 pandemic in April 2020 Here is an overview of What the CQC Thought ' stoneybeck is registered to provide accommodation and personal care for up to seven people with a learning disability and or autistic spectrum disorder. At the time of our inspection there were seven people using the service. Stoneybeck accommodates people across two separate houses, each of which has separate facilities. The service has been developed and designed in line with the principles and values that underpin Registering the Right Support and other best practice guidance. This ensures people who use the service can live as full a life as possible and achieve the best possible outcomes. The principles reflect the need for people with learning disabilities and/or autism to live meaningful lives that include control, choice, and independence. People using the service receive planned and co-ordinated person-centred support that was appropriate and inclusive for them. The outcomes for people using the service reflected the principles and values of Registering the Right Support by promoting choice and control, independence and inclusion. People's support focused on them having as many opportunities as possible for them to gain new skills and become more independent. People's experience of using this service and what we found People received safe care and the service made sure risks to people's health and safety were managed well. A relative said the service was safe and people received the support they needed. Staff knew their responsibilities in relation to keeping people safe from the risk of abuse. There were enough staff available to meet the diverse and individual needs of people. Staff were recruited safely. Medicines were managed so people received their medicines as prescribed. People were supported to have maximum choice and control of their lives and staff supported them in the least restrictive way possible; the policies and systems in the service supported this practice. Staff demonstrated a commitment to protecting people's rights in relation to equality and diversity. Staff understood the ways people communicated their wishes and preferences. People received a balanced diet and the staff monitored people's nutritional health. Staff received training and support to ensure they had the skills and knowledge to meet people's needs. People received personalised and responsive care from kind and caring staff. Staff respected people's privacy and dignity and knew how people preferred their care and support. People's independence was promoted and encouraged by the staff team. People were happy with the range of social activities and events available to them. The service actively encouraged people to enjoy a fulfilled life. People had up to date support plans, which clearly set out how staff should meet their care and support needs. The provider had a complaints procedure and systems in place to deal with complaints effectively. Stoneybeck Inspection report 03 April 2020 The service was well led by a registered manager and provider who led by example and had embedded a positive culture. Staff enjoyed their work and felt well managed and supported. Quality assurance systems were effective to identify and address any areas that needed improvement. The registered manager was aware of their responsibility to report events that occurred within the service to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and external agencies.
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What The Relatives Said-
• A relative told us they were very happy with the support their family received. They said, "[Staff] work well with the health team."
• A relative told us they found staff very respectful. They said, "Staff really care. I come away really reassured as they care so much."
• A relative told us there was a person-centred culture in the service. They said, "All [staff and registered manager] are very person centred and interested in what [name of family member] likes." They also described the service as well managed. They said communication between them, and the service was good, and they were kept informed on anything that affected their family member's welfare