Quality of care homes
We regularly review the quality of care homes within the city to make sure that they meet certain standards of care, quality and safety.
Brighton & Hove City Council and Brighton & Hove Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are responsible for these reviews.
We have strict monitoring arrangements in place and produce reports on the services we visit.
How it works
When a care home does not reach an acceptable standard of quality, the Care Quality Commission works to improve standards.
All care homes must be registered with the Care Quality Commission, the independent organisation that monitors, inspects and regulates all health and social care services in England.
They also publish information about what they find, including performance ratings, to make sure they meet standards of quality and to help people choose care.
Read the recent Adult Social Care reports for council run services.
Find out more about the Care Quality Commission, including how it regulates the quality of care homes.
Other useful websites
- Good Care Guide, an independent forum that allows people to find, rate and review local childcare and care for older people across Britain
- guidance on finding care and support is available on Find Me Good Care, from the Social Care Institute for Excellence
- NHS Choices provides general information on finding a care home and a search facility to find care homes in Brighton & Hove
- Brighton & Hove Healthwatch which gives people a powerful voice locally to get the best out of their local health and social care services, improving them today or helping to shape them in future.