Personal Relationships at Work Policy

Thursday, May 21, 2020

We recognise that, from time to time, close personal relationships may develop between members of staff and/or customers/clients/suppliers, etc.

Data Protection: Resources

Thursday, May 21, 2020

GDPR, unlike the previous Data Protection Regulations, requires you to demonstrate your compliance from the outset. This therefore requires all organisations to have documentation and processes in place demonstrating that they are compliant with the law.

Admissions Management: Quick Facts

Thursday, May 21, 2020

To achieve the fundamental standards, the home must ensure that every new resident has a well-planned and managed person-centred admission experience. CQC Standards Compliance

Admissions: Care of New Service Users: Quick Facts

Thursday, May 21, 2020

The CQC guidance on meeting the current regulations has little to say on the admission process but there is an expectation that it will be person-centred. CQC Standards Compliance

Personalisation and Individual Budgets: Quick Facts

Thursday, May 21, 2020

“Personalisation” is central to all current developments in health and social, and all care providers must be capable of providing a person-centred service. Personalisation and the Regulatory Frameworks

Admissions Management: In-depth

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Admissions to care homes are influenced by national and local policy trends, which also have an impact on individual homes’ care planning policies.

Admissions: Care of New Service Users: In-depth

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Moving into a care home on a temporary or permanent basis is a major step for people to take. For the person considering or making the move, the process begins well before the move into a care home.

Personalisation and Individual Budgets: In-depth

Thursday, May 21, 2020

The current policy of person-centred care has grown from a long-standing commitment to make care and support services personal to the individual. Care providers, therefore, must apply the principle of “person-centred” or “user-focused” care, throughout their service delivery.

Health and Safety: Risk Assessment and Control (Scotland) Policy

Thursday, May 21, 2020

This policy is intended to set out the values, principles and procedures underpinning this care service’s approach to assessing risks to health and safety in line with the national health and social care standards set out in My Support, My Life, in particular: