The Ridout Report – September 2019 – CQC on restraint, seclusion and segregation – what does this mean for providers?
This Ridout Report considers CQC’s review of restraint, prolonged seclusion and segregation in services providing care for people with learning disabilities and or/autism and mental
The Ridout Report – July 2019 – Is an increase of prosecution powers a reflection of the state of care?
Ian Trenholm, the Chief Executive of CQC, seems to have kept to his word about increasing the use of CQC’s prosecution powers. CQC’s annual report,
Ridout Report – June 2019 – It’s one rule for you and one rule for CQC. Does CQC deserve respect when it has double standards?
I recently saw a post on LinkedIn that said “Who is actually holding the Care Quality Commission to account”. It’s a good question. Sadly it
Ridout Report – May 2019 – Registering the Right Support Revisited. CQC announces plans to change its controversial LD Registration guidance
CQC has announced that there is to be a review of the Registering the Right Support guidance “to ensure that its principles are clear and
Last week saw the publication of CQC’s ‘new’ factual accuracy comments (“FAC”) process for draft inspection reports. In last month’s Ridout Report Jenny Wilde discussed
The Ridout Report – May 2019 – The CQC wants to become more efficient – but will this be at the Provider’s expense?
There have been significant changes at the top tier of the Care Quality Commission (“CQC”) in recent months. Ian Trenholm took over as Chief Executive