Broadview in Fareham, Hampshire, was rated Outstanding for being responsive and well-led following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), on 11 March 2020.
The safe, effective and caring categories received a score of Good.
Broadview is a care home that provides accommodation and personal care for people and predominantly supports people living with a learning disability and autism.
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. This was achieved through staff implementing the providers 'active support' model with people.
This 'active support' approach was positively embraced by the staff team and people were actively involved in cleaning their home such as cleaning out the home's chickens, doing laundry and sweeping the floors with staff support. Residents also shopped for food and prepared meals.
The provider had clear visions and values that embodied person-centred care and residents came first to encourage them to reach their full potential.
One person had a goal of moving on to be more independent in supported living. Staff worked with them one step at a time as they became more independent in each aspect of daily living. Managing their finances was the hardest step, however positive risk taking in agreement with the person, their family and staff led them to be able to manage their own money and pay their bills without missing one payment. The process included the person at each step and has left them feeling independent and empowered.