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11th February 2022

Social Care In Vision – Wales (Last Updated: 10.02.2022)

Download our latest Social Care highlights for Wales below. It features the latest updates on visits to care homes, alert level 0, COVID updates and more! 

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COVID-19 – Wales completes move to alert level 0 - Press Release 27th January

Announcement that Wales will move to alert level 0 fully from 28th January, with some protections remaining in place such as mandatory face coverings in certain places. For more information, click here.

COVID-19 – Visits to care homes: guidance for providers - Updated 28th January

Guidance updated on how to enable safe visiting during the pandemic. For more information click here.

COVID-19 – COVID-19 Contacts – guidance for health and social care staff - Updated 28th January

Guidance updated. For more information, click here.

COVID-19 – Guidance to Prevent and Manage COVID-19 within Residential and Care Settings alongside other Respiratory Viruses during Autumn / Winter 2021-22 – Updated 28th January

Guidance updated. For more information, click here.

COVID-19 – Making and registering an LPA during the coronavirus outbreak - Updated 1st February

Updated to reflect date of Welsh guidance. For more information, click here.

COVID-19 – Being a deputy or attorney during the coronavirus outbreak - Updated 1st February

Updated to reflect date of Welsh guidance. For more information, click here.

Policy Updates 

  • All coronavirus policies and Resource Centre documents continue to be reviewed and updated in light of government updates

Risk Assessment Updates

  • All risk assessments continue to be updated in light of government updates

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Emily Kerrigan

Domiciliary Care Policy Lead

Emily has a background in quality and compliance with specific expertise in audit. Her previous roles have included working with domiciliary care branches that required improvement and supporting them to action plan and improve their quality and compliance. Working at one of the largest UK domiciliary care providers ensured Emily was exposed to significant numbers of CQC, CIW and Care Inspectorate Scotland inspections. She led internal audits bench marking against regulatory standards , supporting managers in the drive to deliver high quality care and support. Emily has a proven track record in supporting the transformation of branches that require improvement, moving them to compliant and on the journey to outstanding. Read more

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