A NURSING home in Rhyl has been commended for its “welcoming and comfortable” environment, in a hugely positive report by Care Inspectorate Wales.

The Nash Nursing Home, at 10-12 Churton Road, was visited by the care body in August, with a report published some months later.

Catering for 31 residents, the home was praised throughout the report, with the happiness and safety of residents, impressive staff performance and the management of the site highlighted.

Its environment was described as “welcoming and comfortable”, with the home also impressing inspectors in terms of care, wellbeing and leadership.

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Furthermore, the home had complied with improvements it was told to make earlier in the year, addressing issues raised in March.

A summary of the report stated: “The people seem happy with the care they receive and respond well to the care staff. The care staff know the people well, and they treat them in a way kind and respectful.

“The personal plans are detailed, focus on the individual and consistent with the individual needs of the people. Appropriate risk assessments are in place. The care staff feel supported by management.

“They have supervision sessions and regular training. The management team has recently been established; he has ensured that systems are in place to make sure that the service is governed and supervise it effectively.

“The responsible individual visits the service regularly and checks the quality of the service.”