Domiciliary Care (Health)
Policy reviewed and amended to reflect changes in current legislation and best practice. Updated to the new QCS format and reflecting CQC and other stakeholder requirements. Updates made to ensure it meets the requirements of working in a service user’s own home. This policy replaces Policy Number QQ06 for Domiciliary and Supported Living Clients.
Updated to include Anaphylaxis, cross infection and the resuscitation of staff. This policy has been converted to the new QCS format. For Domiciliary Care and Supported Living Clients, this policy supersedes policy CP07.
A new policy and procedure in the event of a sudden or unexpected death. This policy should be read alongside the Resuscitation Policy and Verification of Death Policy.
Updated document to reflect changes to Royal Marsden edition. This policy has been reviewed to comply with the new QCS format. This update may reflect a change in reference code for residential clients; if you previously had reference code CC06, it is now CC05. It is a new policy for our community clients.
This review has been undertaken with additional information and references. Links have also been provided to clarify the legal stance and business reasons for training.
This is a new policy. The policy covers the giving of references both once a member of staff has left and during employment when other types of references may be required e.g. financial, etc.
A new policy to ensure that the Service understands the risk to Service Users and staff during hot weather and is able to take steps to reduce those risks.
This new policy sets out the organisations commitment to supporting the Service User in expressing their sexuality and conducting personal relationships.
New policy produced for domicilary care. The aim is to provide a standard for managing a service user with ventilation via tracheostomy based on current best practice and recommendation.
A policy 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.