A CARE home in West Oxfordshire has been given a top rating for treating all residents with 'respect and dignity'.

Rosebank Care Home, in Bampton, has been rated ‘outstanding’ for a second time following an inspection in January by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Led by husband and wife, Jane and Gerry Roberts, Rosebank, a specialist dementia care home, offers long and short-term care for the elderly.

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A CQC report praised staff for 'enhancing residents' well-being and improving their quality of life.'

The CQC also reported that care plans highlighted the importance of respecting privacy and dignity and observed staff treating people with dignity and respect. One relative commented, "Everybody is treated with respect and dignity, and as an individual."

Mrs Roberts, owner of Rosebank, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to receive an ‘Outstanding’ CQC for the second time. We strive to provide the best possible care to our residents and ensure this is ‘their’ home.

“The commitment of the team that is highlighted in the inspection report is what makes our home outstanding and I would like to thank them for always delivering the best quality of care possible.”