A Keighley care home which was judged as having to improve by the independent regulator the Care Quality Commission has said that they have put plans in place to tackle the issues raised by the review.
The Housing and Care 21 scheme is based at Staveley Court in Ingrow received a recent rating saying that they should make improvements.
The main areas which required to be improved were record keeping and the administration of medicines. The staff assist residents in their medication in some cases.
The report did say that the staff provided a good level of care but there was room for improvement.
The Housing and Care 21 management said that schemes were in place to implement new and improved systems.