The current supply (registered as a 'social care organisation') in key sectors is as follows:

In Torbay there are 83 CQC registered care homes providing care without nursing (December 2016).

These are care homes without nursing that are registered as social care organisations.

The charts show numbers of beds, homes, and how we compare against comparator authorities.

Please note:

  • Homes, providers and beds can be registered to more than one service user band so there are duplicates between columns in these charts

 

The ‘comparator group’ in figure 19 and figure 20 is the combination of the figure for Torbay and the 15 comparable local authorities in our comparator group.

*Other refers to one or more of the following: People detained under the Mental Health Act, People with an eating disorder, Sensory impairment.

JSNA map of care homes and domiciliary care offices locations.

In Torbay there are 15 care homes providing nursing (December 2016).

These are care homes with nursing that are registered as social care organisations.

The charts show numbers of beds, homes, and how we compare against comparator authorities.

Please note:

  • Homes, Providers and beds can be registered to more than one service user band so there are duplicates between columns in the charts
  • Some of these beds may not be categorised as nursing (but are located in care homes with nursing)

 

The ‘comparator group’ in figure 23 and figure 24 is the combination of the figure for Torbay and the 15 comparable local authorities in our comparator group.

*Other refers to: Sensory impairment

JSNA map of care homes and domiciliary care offices locations

These charts show domiciliary care services (homecare) that are registered with CQC as 'social care organisations'.

There are 25 Providers serving Torbay and they each provide one domiciliary care service in Torbay. They may be registered to deliver services elsewhere as well.

Please note:

  • Services and Providers can be registered to provide services for more than one service user type so there are duplicates between columns in the charts

The ‘comparator group’ in figure 26 is the combination of the figure for Torbay and the 15 comparable local authorities in our comparator group.

*Other refers to one or more of the following: People who misuse drugs and alcohol, Sensory impairment

JSNA map of care homes and domiciliary care offices locations

Figure 27: Number of supported living Providers and services registered to each service user band, Torbay, 1 December 2016 | Source: CQC
Figure 27: Number of supported living Providers and services registered to each service user band, Torbay, 1 December 2016 | Source: CQC

The chart shows supported living services that are registered as social care organisations by CQC.

There are seven CQC registered supported living service providers and they each provide one service.

Please note:

  • Supported Living without Care provision is not required to be registered so there is also information about supported living in the other care and support options tab in the Market Position Statement website area

 CQC defines supported living as:

These services involve a person living in their own home and receiving care and/or support in order to promote their independence. The care they receive is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, but the accommodation is not. … [The support] aims to enable the person to be as autonomous and independent as possible, and usually involves social support rather than medical care.

 Please note:

  • Services and Providers can be registered to more than one service user band so there are duplicates between columns in the chart

*Other refers to one or more of the following: People who misuse drugs and alcohol, Sensory impairment

There are three community health service nursing providers registered by CQC as social care organisations. One specialises in older people. There are no other registered specialisms for this service type.

Figure 28: Number of rehabilitation Providers and services registered to each service user band, Torbay, 1 December 2016 |  Source: CQC
Figure 28: Number of rehabilitation Providers and services registered to each service user band, Torbay, 1 December 2016 | Source: CQC

There are two Providers of rehabilitation services that are registered as social care organisations by CQC, each providing one service in Torbay.

Please note:

  • Services and providers can be registered to more than one service user band so there are duplicates between columns in the chart

*Other refers to one or more of the following: People detained under the Mental Health Act, Sensory impairment

Figure 29: Number of extra care housing Providers and services registered to each service user band, Torbay, 1 December 2016 | Source: CQC
Figure 29: Number of extra care housing Providers and services registered to each service user band, Torbay, 1 December 2016 | Source: CQC

There are two extra care housing services providers that are registered as social care organisations with CQC. Only one is delivering CQC registered Extracare currently and it provides services on two sites locally.

The CQC defines Extracare as:

These services cover many different arrangements. Usually, they consist of purpose built accommodation in which varying amounts of care and support can be offered, and where some services and facilities are shared.

The care that people receive is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, but the accommodation is not.

*Other refers to one or more of the following: People who misuse drugs and alcohol, Sensory impairment

Over the last three years the Torbay and South Devon NHS Trust has been developing contracts for intermediate care with care homes within the Torbay area. Having initially only contracted with care home with nursing providers, we have now also developed contracts with care homes without nursing as well. At present we have 22 contracts in three care homes with nursing and two without nursing. Our largest contact is for an eight bedded unit at a care home with nursing. These contracts have enabled the Torbay and South Devon NHS Trust locality based Intermediate Care teams to develop stronger working relationships with these providers. Trust staff have been working in a more efficient way by identifying dedicated staff to work with each provider. This has led to improvements in the care provided to patients, better sharing of information, up to date knowledge and better setting goal setting and aims for discharge for patients. Both care home providers and Trust staff work closely with patient, family and carers to provide a shared care plan approach and an individualised recovery plan to get people back on their feet to recover from ill health. The trust plan is to develop these contracts to enable more people to be cared for in a short term intermediate care placements if these are needed, with the focus remaining on the patient remaining at home in the first instance. The Torbay and South Devon NHS Trust anticipate that the demand for this type of service will increase by 30/40%.

CQC publish updated data every month which shows details of care providers in Torbay and other local authorities.  These tables are the source of data used in this section of the Market Position Statement.

Below is a summary of Torbay CQC registered social care organisations as on 1 December 2016 separated into provision type (sector). Please note:

  • Services/homes can provide more than one type of provision so there is a duplication between provision types (sectors)
  • CQC use the term 'location' within the data but we have used the terms 'care homes' and 'services' to make the data more understandable
  • The following service user bands are not included: Children 0-18 years, Younger adults, Whole population. These are included in the CQC published data.

Care homes

Table 3: Care home provision type
Care home type Number of care homes Number of beds Number of providers
Total 95 2395 81*
With nursing 15 624** 12
Without nursing 80 1771 71

Table 3 notes:

  • There are three care homes in Torbay which are registered as both care home with nursing (nursing) and care home without nursing (residential). In this table these homes, beds and Providers are only included in the care homes with nursing category so that they are not double counted.
  • There are 81 care home Providers and 95 homes- some Providers operate more than one home.
  • *Some Providers have both nursing and residential provision so appear twice in the Provider column. The actual total number of Providers is 81.
  • **Some of the 624 beds in the care homes with nursing may not be categorised as nursing but are located in these nursing homes.
Table 4: CQC regulated provision with service user band - care homes
Care home provision in service user band* Number of homes Number of beds** Number of providers % of homes
Without nursing (residential) - Dementia 43 1244 39 51.81%
Residential - Learning disabilities or Autistic spectrum disorder 23 240 21 27.71%
Residential - Older people 61 1677 55 73.49%
Residential - Mental health 27 728 22 32.53%
Residential - Other (People detained under the Mental Health Act, People with an eating disorder, Sensory impairment) 23 563 20 27.71%
Residential - Physical disability 45 1220 39 54.22%
With nursing - Dementia 9 428 8 60.00%
Nursing - Learning disabilities or Autistic spectrum disorder 2 80 2 13.33%
Nursing - Mental health 3 181 3 20.00%
Nursing - Older people 14 594 11 93.33%
Nursing - Other (Sensory impairment) 3 139 2 20.00%
Nursing - Physical disability 9 408 8 60.00%

Table 4 notes:

  • There are three care homes in Torbay which are registered as both care home with nursing (nursing) and care home without nursing (residential). These homes, beds and Providers are included in both care home provision types so there is duplication between these provision types
  • *Homes can register with more than one service user band so there is duplication between service user bands.
  • **Some of the beds in the care homes with nursing may not be categorised as nursing but are located in these nursing homes

Domiciliary care services

Total number of services: 25

Table 5: CQC regulated provision with service user band - domiciliary care
Service user band* Number of services Number of providers % of services in user band
Dementia 10 10 40.00%
Learning disabilities or Autistic spectrum disorder 15 15 60.00%
Mental health 13 13 52.00%
Older people 17 17 68.00%
Other (People who misuse drugs and alcohol, Sensory impairment) 10 10 40.00%
Physical disability 13 13 52.00%

Table 5 notes:

  • *Each service can register with more than one service user band so there is duplication between service user bands 

Supported living

Total number of services: 7

Table 6: CQC regulated provision with service user band - supported living
Service user band* Number of services Number of providers % of services in user band
Dementia 2 2 28.57%
Learning disabilities or Autistic spectrum disorder 7 7 100.00%
Mental health 4 4 57.14%
Older people 5 5 71.43%
Other (People who misuse drugs and alcohol, Sensory impairment) 4 4 57.14%
Physical disability 5 5 71.43%

Table 6 notes:

  • Each service can register with more than one service user band so there is duplication between service user bands 

Community health care services - Nurses agency only

Total number of services: 3

Table 7: CQC regulated provision with service user band - community health care services - nurses agency only
Service user band Number of services Number of providers % of services in user band
Dementia 0 N/A 0.00%
Learning disabilities or autistic spectrum disorder 0 N/A 0.00%
Mental health 0 N/A 0.00%
Older people 1 1 33.33%
Other 0 N/A 0.00%
Physical disability 0 N/A 0.00%

Rehabilitation services

Total number of services: 2

Table 8: CQC regulated provision with service user band - rehabilitation services
Service user band* Number of services Number of providers % of services in user band
Dementia 1 1 50.00%
Learning disabilities or Autistic spectrum disorder 0 N/A 0.00%
Mental health 1 1 50.00%
Older people 2 2 100.00%
Other (People detained under the Mental Health Act, Sensory impairment) 2 2 100.00%
Physical disability 2 2 100.00%

Table 8 notes

  • Each service can register with more than one service user band so there is duplication between service user bands

Extra care housing services

Total number of services: 2 

Please note:

  • There are two extra care housing services providers that are registered as social care organisations with CQC. Only one is delivering CQC registered Extra care currently and it provides services on two sites locally
Table 9: CQC regulated provision with service user band - extra care housing services
Service user band* Number of services Number of providers % of services in user band
Dementia 2 2 100.00%
Learning disabilities or Autistic spectrum disorder 2 2 100.00%
Mental health 2 2 100.00%
Older people 2 2 100.00%
Other (People who misuse drugs and alcohol, Sensory impairment) 2 2 100.00%
Physical disability 2 2 100.00%

Table 9 notes:

  • *Each service can register with more than one service user band so there is duplication between service user bands.