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Sheila Scott OBE has now retired and therefore is no longer available to answer your social care questions. However, you might still find the answer you’ve been searching for down below.

22nd August 2018

Do I need to register with CQC?

Hi Sheila, I am a self employed carer and I will be doing personal care. Do I need to register with CQC?

 

Dear P,

 

Thank you for your question.

 

There is a really useful document on the Care Quality Commission website entitled "The Scope of Registration".

 

This is a quote from the document:

 

"Where a person, or a related third party on their behalf, makes their own arrangement for nursing care or personal care, and the nurse or carer works directly for them and under their control without an agency or employer involved in managing or directing the care provided, the nurse or carer does not need to register for that regulated activity."

 

I think that there  is a clear answer to your question,

 

You can find the document here.

 

With best wishes.

 

Sheila


*All information is correct at the time of publishing.


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