Highland Council notes Home Farm outcomes
The Highland Council has noted the outcomes at Inverness Sheriff Court this morning regarding Home Farm Care Home on the Isle of Skye.
The Sheriff made no decision on the Care Inspectorate’s application to suspend registration but has adjourned the matter until 10 June 2020 on the basis that the collaborative approach being taken will continue to be monitored.
Local Skye Administration Councillors for Ward: 10 Eilean a' Cheò Cllrs John Finlayson, John Gordon and Calum Munro said: “What is most important here is that it has been confirmed that residents are getting a high quality of care at present and this will continue to be monitored. It is also important for residents, families and the wider community to know that care will continue to be provided here on Skye. This is a difficult time for everyone but today’s decision means that HC-One supported by NHSH will be able to offer continuity of care for all residents which will be evaluated on an ongoing basis and staff will also be supported to deliver this care.”
Leader of The Highland Council, Cllr Margaret Davidson said: “I am pleased with this outcome that has enabled the continuation of care - for the immediate future - at Home Farm Care Home. It recognises the hard work that has taken place but also recognises the need for further work to enable safe care of the home’s residents.”