A number of the major care provider bodies have produced an analysis of the governments revised impact assessment of the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill, which
The CQC have issued the first guidance of its kind on relationships and sexuality in adult social care services. The guidance sets out that inspectors
Given that recruiting and retaining staff within the social care sector is difficult, it should not come as a surprise that it has the highest
Health Service Journal – March 2019 – CQC Issue New Draft Guidance on Factual Accuracy Process, but what does it mean for providers?
It has been nearly two years since the CQC last issued guidance on their factual accuracy process. During this time, it has been noticeable to
Research undertaken by the Independent Age has shown care homes ratings have worsened. Over a third of local authorities have seen a decline in CQC
Department of Health and Social Care Issue Consultation on training for health and social care staff
The Department of Health and Social Care have issued a consultation on learning disability and autism training for health and social care staff. The consultation