A Residential home in Chatham has been given an official warning by the Care Quality Commission following an unannounced inspection.
The authority has warned Acorn House Residential Home Limited that it is failing protect the safety and welfare of people.
Inspectors found that the home was failing to plan and deliver care in a way which met the individual needs of people in the home.
The Commission also found that staff were not being appropriately supported to perform their roles in terms of training and professional supervision.
It comes following the inspection that took place in May.
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