Care Wyvern aims to provide services for people who would like care and support to
remain as independent as possible. We provide domiciliary personal care services in
your own home, at times convenient to you, and in ways you find most agreeable.
Care Wyvern has sound principles for the running of the service. Central to these is
our belief that the rights of our clients are paramount. The company prides itself on providing the very best quality of care in the area and always seeks to accommodate its clients requirements. Care Wyvern knows it is succeeding in this as can be seen from the client survey that is available by client-survey-2016.
Care Wyvern is registered with The Care Quality Commission (CQC) and is accredited with both Somerset and Devon County Councils. Its most recent CQC Inspection showed the company meeting all the required standards, and the Inspection report is available on line from the CQC website
Care Wyvern aims to make the safeguarding of our clients of primary importance. We seek to comply with all legal requirements in our safeguarding practices. We
therefore work closely with the local Safeguarding Adults Board over all issues
relating to the safety of our clients from any kind of harm and the Care Quality
Commission where involved.
All Care Wyvern staff have completed a full induction training programme before commencing work and the majority have completed, or are working towards their NVQ/Diploma qualifications in Care. All staff have also obtained a Disclosure Barring Service (previously an Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure). The company is proud that these procedures offer its Clients real assurances and safeguards regarding the quality and integrity of Care Wyvern and its staff.
You can read Care Wyvern’s Statement of purpose below:
You can read Care Wyvern’s Modern Slavery Statement below:
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