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Bishopton care home finally graded "adequate" after third inspection in two months

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A Bishopton care home that was slammed two months ago for poor cleanliness and putting patients at risk of malnutrition is now providing "adequate" support for residents, a watchdog has said.Ailsa Lodge was graded as "weak" in August following a check-up by the Care Inspectorate (CI) after assessors found soiled mattresses, stained furniture and poor dining arrangements.Improvements were found to have been made in a follow-up inspection last month as the home was being redecorated and staff were more attentive at mealtimes.But a report said work still needed to be done to bring infection prevention and control standards up to scratch and the "weak" grading was not altered.Renfrewshire Live, the new free app dedicated to bringing you around

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