A CARE home says it is "thrilled" after being given a 'Good' rating after an inspection.

Segal Gardens, on Fleet Lane, Parr was rated as good by inspectors from the Care Quality Commission following a visit in November.

The home support adults with complex needs including autism, learning disability, mental illness and associated needs.

Segal Gardens received the second highest rating, while achieving 'outstanding' for effectiveness.

The service was praised for its work to "ensure that people could live harmoniously amongst each other and be supported by staff they felt comfortable with".

It was said care plans were "extremely detailed and identified intended outcomes for people" and that staff "provided excellent care" and "worked hard to provide a consistently better quality of life for people".

It was added risks that people faced were identified and assessed and "measures were put in place to manage them and minimise the risk of harm occurring".

Also, staff "showed a genuine motivation to deliver care in a person-centred way based on people's preferences".

It was added the management team "showed a continued desire to improve on the service and worked closely with other agencies and healthcare professionals in order to do this".

Welcoming the report, Segal Gardens said: "Our inspection findings highlighted the commitment and pride we strive to deliver.

"We are thrilled to have been successful in our recent Care Quality Commission inspection with achieving an overall outcome of 'Good' with 'Outstanding' in the requirement of 'effective'.

"Segal Gardens is a local success story with a nationwide reputation of excellence in the provision of residential care.

"We are thrilled to once again achieve success and this has been a continued trend since we first opened our doors in 2000."