Council company improves services

By Dan Peters | 11 September 2019

A Cheshire West & Chester Council company has continued to improve services, with all seven areas inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) now rated good.

Alistair Jeffs, managing director of Vivo Care Choices, which delivers a range of support for people with learning disabilities and autism and older people, said: ‘We have been on a journey over the past 12 to 18 months to improve services and the fact all of them are now rated as good by the CQC is testament to the hard work our staff have put in.

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