Two York care homes have been placed in special measures after inspectors branded them both ‘inadequate’.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has issued damning reports about Haisthorpe House in Holgate Road, which looks after up to 30 people with mental health needs and learning disabilities, and South Park in Acomb, which caters for up to 80 older people.
Haisthorpe has been criticised for three times in a row by the CQC. It was first told to improve after an inspection in July last year and inspectors remained concerned when they returned in February. Now it has emerged that a third inspection in June found it was still in breach of nine regulations.
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