CQC Inspection Reports
Enham Trust provides a range of support services that are regulated and inspected by various organisations and authorities. We additionally conduct our own internal audits and we welcome feedback from those involved in our services.
Such routine inspections provide assurance of the quality of Enham’s services and more importantly ensure the services we provide meet the individual needs of our clients.
The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted) - www.ofsted.gov.uk
Enham Trust provides a range of programmes that support disabled and disadvantaged adults and young people to find and maintain worthwhile employment. Ofsted regulate and inspect services providing care, education and learning support.
Care Quality Commission - www.cqc.org.uk
In February 2013, Enham Trust’s 3 residential care homes, which provide support to approximately 60 adults and Care and Support at Home supporting around 30 people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities and other complex needs, underwent a routine inspection by CQC, formerly CSCI.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of all health and adult social care in England. CQC replaces The Healthcare Commission, Commission for Social Care Inspection CSCI, and the Mental Health Act Commission.