Domiciliary Care Care Planning

Compliance management designed for care planning in domiciliary care

Domiciliary Care Care Planning

  • Supports your CQC Compliance under The Care Act 2014 and The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2015
  • Fully Customised to your care home as required by the CQC
  • Save Time – How long would it take you to create and update 1740+ pages of domiciliary care guidance?

Care plan management for domiciliary care that supports all compliance-ready home care including safety and community activity

Care planning with QCS enables domiciliary care service providers to meet the challenges of delivering high quality complaint homecare and a good life outcomes in an area where budgets have become tight.

One of the biggest issues facing homecare service providers is reduced budgets have limited the time available for homecare visits. Staff continuity for each service user is difficult to maintain adding to the problems of ensuring care quality is maintained within shortened care windows.

How can QCS help?

QCS care planning for domiciliary care providers is standardised, permitting a comprehensive approach to care plan management. This provides the platform for care high quality standards of home care to be maintained.

Comprehensively thought out policies and procedures are delivered as a searchable online resource and as modular printed manuals. The online system is excellent for supporting visiting care workers that need access to information quickly.

QCS care planning formats are holistic, enabling the specific needs of each service user to be identified, structures how they should be met and standardises data collection.

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Key documents within care planning for domiciliary care include:

  • Care planning policy and procedure
  • Care plan formats

QCS homecare care plan management integrates all important considerations including areas such as personal safety of service users and staff, preventing falls, hydration, food likes and dislikes, best practice for domiciliary care medication, shopping and liaison with community activities and care services.

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