The Norfolk & Norwich Association for The Blind
Our Care Home Goes from Inadequate to Good in Less Than a Year
Our care home, Thomas Tawell House has gone from being rated as ‘inadequate’ to ‘good’ by health inspectors within the space of a year.
With a lot of hard work and dedication of everyone involved the residents at Thomas Tawell House now have the standard of care they deserve which is now rated as good.
The NNAB continually support people with sight loss in Norfolk live active, independent and fulfilled lives including our residents at Thomas Tawell House.
We will continue to strive to be better and provide the best care for older people with sight loss whom need support to live independently in Norfolk and aim to become 'outstanding' in our care.
Please click here to read a recent EDP artichle about the achievement https://www.edp24.co.uk/…/thomas-tawell-house-nnab-cqc-repo…
The CQC report summary can be found here 20190301114610-thomas-tawell-house-inspection-report-summary.pdf
About the NNAB
Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind has been supporting people with sight loss enjoy active, independent and fulfilled lives for over 200 years.
Through the support of over 200 volunteers we do this by:
- Providing safe, suitable accommodation and care for people who need support to live independently
- Empowering people with sight loss to continue with everyday life through supported social, leisure and educational activities
- Supporting those with sight loss through our visiting community workers and our services within eye clinics to adapt and live independent and fulfilled lives