Hillgreen care and support’s services are designed to form an integrated pathway of support.
All of our services have well established links with their local communities. Hillgreen continue to build positive community networks in order that we can support people to access the broadest range of leisure, education, employment, cultural and spiritual opportunities possible.
We believe that working to maintain and grow these networks helps us to promote choice and inclusion.
Registered Accommodation Based Support:
Ruskin Road - Situated in Haringey this service is able to support six people who have a learning disability or autistic spectrum conditions.
Click http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-215264597 To view the CQC Rating for this site.
Stoke Newington Common - Based in Hackney this service is able to support up to six people who have a learning disability or autistic spectrum conditions.
Click http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-215264629 To view the CQC Rating for this site.
Herbert Road - Based in Greenwich this small specialist service supports up three people who in addition to having learning disability or being on the autistic spectrum may present behaviours that challenge.
Click http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-215264613 To view the CQC Rating for this site.
Myddleton Road - This service is currently being de-registered.
Click http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-215264579 To view the CQC Rating for this site.
Colne Road - This service is currently being de-registered.
Click http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-215264645 To view the CQC Rating for this site.
Hillgreen works hard to match it’s care support workers to those receiving support. Our person centred assessment and support planning ensures that people have a real say in who supports them and how that support is delivered.
Did you know we are a Care Quality Commission regulated service?
The service that you receive from Hillgreen care Ltd is fully regulated by The Care Quality Commission (CQC); we welcome and comply with the registration, inspection, and auditing process, that regulation brings. We firmly believe that this commitment to transparency and quality can only drive the best possible experience for the individuals that we support and care for.
What is The Care Quality Commission?
The CQC is the independent regulator of Health and Social Care in England, with the objective of ensuring that people have access to safe, effective, compassionate and high quality care services. They monitor, inspect and regulate these services to make sure that they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety. They publish what they find and give each provider performance ratings.
There are five key questions asked by the CQC of care providers:
1. Are they safe? – You (the customer) are protected from abuse and avoidable harm.
2. Are they effective? – Your care, treatment and support achieves good outcomes, helps you to maintain quality of life and is based on the best available evidence.
3. Are they caring? – Staff involve and treat you with compassion, kindness, dignity and respect.
4. Are they responsive to people’s needs? – Services are organised so that they meet your needs.
5. Are they well led? – Leadership, management and governance of the organisation should all make sure it is providing high-quality care that is based around your individual needs, encourages learning and innovation, and that it promotes an open and fair culture.