Livability Bradbury Court is a residential care home located in Harrow, North London. The service accommodates 21 people who have physical or learning disabilities. On 2 February 2022, an inspection was conducted by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who found the service to be ‘good’. The guiding principles that CQC uses to make its assessment are ‘Right support, right care, right culture.’
People staying at Livability Bradbury Court reported positive experiences and the care that they receive maximises their choice, control and independence. Their care is person-centered and promotes dignity, privacy and human rights. The leaders and care staff ensure that the people staying at Bradbury Court feel confident, inclusive and empowered.
‘I am very safe here, the hospital is near, the GP just around the corner, I like living here.’ As one resident say’s
Additionally, CQC applauded the effectiveness of its services. This part of inspection examined whether the ‘people’s care, treatment and support achieved good outcomes and promoted a good quality of life.’
A ‘good’ rating on the service being well-led means that the ‘service leadership, management, and governance assured high-quality, person-centered care; supported learning and innovation; and promoted an open-fair culture.’ Livability provides continuous learning and improvement for the people supported and staff and promotes a positive, empowering and person centered culture. The team of dedicated and carefully chosen staff ensures that every resident receives personalised care and they foster an inclusive and welcoming environment for all.
Livability strives to provide a wide range of services to help people with disabilities to thrive and live well. The services offered at Livability Bradbury Court aim to change what’s ‘unlivable’ by helping people with disabilities overcome barriers in their lives.
Jane Percy, Executive Director of Operations says:
‘We were thrilled to find that Livability Bradbury Court has received such a good rating from CQC during the inspection. This speaks to our staff’s commitment – striving to provide the highest quality of care and support to the people we serve. We are committed to continuous improvement and to making a positive difference in the lives of people with disabilities.’