A CARE home in Witney has turned around standards since it was told it needed to improve a year ago.

Inspectors from health watchdog the Care Quality Commission (CQC) visited Cedar Court Care Home on March 3.

It was rated as 'good' overall, a change from March, 2019 when the CQC judged it as 'requires improvement'.

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A report, published last month, stated: "Improvements had been made in all areas since the last inspection. People felt safe and were supported by staff who knew how to protect them from avoidable harm."

Criticism of the home had included staff shortages and that residents had not always been 'treated with dignity'.

Read the full report here