The Care Quality Commission (CQC) was established in 2009 as part of a package of reforms which aim to protect and promote the quality of life and independence of
vulnerable people and children. They regulate and inspect services for everyone throughout England, from the very young to older people.
CQC reviews services at both a national and local level so that they can tell the public whether services are up to standard, suggest ways of improving services and help safeguard the interests of service users and their carers.
The CQC Reports for Spencer House are available on request, or can be viewed by clicking the link below..