Care Home with Nursing
The policy has been updated to clarify how providers must meet the expectations of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 when personal care is given in the absence of capacity to consent to it. Updated to the new QCS policy format.
New document to clarify double handed moving and handling within a care home with or without nursing.
The policy has been reviewed to comply with the new QCS format, and legal references have been updated.
The policy has been converted into the new policy format. The policy attempts to simplify, as far as possible, the shared parental leave scheme. As it is a very complex topic, referrals to additional guidance are also included.
This is a new policy. It governs how relationships between family members and partners who work at the service are managed to ensure that there is no favourable treatment for the individual with the personal relationship or unfavourable treatment of other staff.
The policy has been converted to the new policy format. The policy references the Infection Control Policy and Procedure and governs the interaction between the two policies.
New policy to meet requirements of legislation, best industry practice and stakeholder requirements. High business impact as new policy and needs to be embedded into practice.
Policy updated into the new format and additional information added, including hyperlinks to key agencies on flood measures. This is an updated policy for residential services and a new addition for community services.
This policy has been reviewed with additional information added and reformatted. This policy also has a new reference code, it was previously HS04.
The policy has been converted to the new policy format. The policy is a new policy which reflects the introduction of unpaid parental leave. The policy references the cross-over between this type of leave and others such as maternity, paternity and shared parental leave and refers to the relevant policies.