Domiciliary Care Plan Management

Compliance management designed for learning disability

Learning Disability 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 Care Home care plan management guidance?

Care plan management for learning disability that provides flexibility to meet the changing needs of service users

Care planning for those with learning disabilities allows care plans to be designed so that key objectives for each service user can be met, such as re-ablement and moving on, self-determination and life planning.

Learning disability can be a difficult area in which to meet all the CQC compliance parameters. Care plan management needs to be able to help staff design appropriate care plans, but also flexible enough to incorporate professional assessment of the service user.

How can QCS help?

QCS learning disability care planning provides the flexibility required to allow a shift of emphasis. Professional assessment may require changes to care planning, for example if interventions are required to move from an emphasis on chronic care to education integrated with care.

QCS care plan management solution for learning disability contains expertly written and maintained policies and procedures available for instant use. A totally comprehensive approach to designing the system means has looked at every area in detail, ensuring nothing is missed when developing care plans.

As much as possible the QCS care plan management solution for learning disability enables service user involvement appropriate to their assessed mental capacity. Education and safeguarding are fully considered depending on mental capacity when using QCS for care planning.

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Key documents for managing care planning for learning disability include:

  • Care planning policy and procedure
  • Care plan formats

Choosing QCS care plan management for learning disability helps service providers to address critical areas such as medication taking monitoring, annual health checks, sexual health, health promotion and communication.

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Can I employ a 16 year old to work in my care setting who wants to gain experience in the Care Sector?

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I employ 12 people who work always on a 2:1 ratio with my disabled son. I have been approached by a staff member who has a 16 year old daughter who wants to gain experience in care work. As she would always be supervised and after training would she be able to assist with bathing and pad changes? This all happens within my adapted home, not a care home setting.

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Policy Updates

Updated: 19th February 2019

Access to Information Policy and Procedure

Administration Communications Region: | Reference: NIAC01
Updated: 19th February 2019

Illegal Drug Misuse in the Service User’s Home Policy and Procedure

Care Management Care Practice Region: | Reference: NICC104
Updated: 19th February 2019

Consumption of Alcohol Policy and Procedure

Administration Registration & Compliance Region: | Reference: NIAR43
Updated: 19th February 2019

Distribution of Safety Alert Broadcasts, Rapid Response Reporting and Safety Notices Policy and Procedure

Administration Business Operations Region: | Reference: NIAB32
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