Domiciliary Care Mental Health
NEW: A new policy providing an Apprenticeship Agreement, in line with recent legislation.
This policy has been revised to incorporate guidance regarding best interests decisions where service users lack mental capacity and advance decisions and advance directives regarding life-sustaining treatment in the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
NEW: A new policy setting out the principle responsibilities of Providers to manage medical devices in accordance with current MHRA guidelines.
NEW: This policy was created to assist you with supporting service users to undertake holidays.
Updated to include additional information pertaining to the “Standards of conduct, performance and ethics” published by the HCPC.
NEW: New policy setting out the policy and procedures required to promote coordination and information transfer between service providers, whether as part of a multi provider service, or on transfer between one service and another. The document gathers together some procedures which occur elsewhere in the QCS system.
The policy has been revised to incorporate requirements of mental capacity legislation regarding third-party requests for information and to clarify Information Commissioner’s Guidance regarding entitlements of subject access.
This policy has been updated to include more specific information regarding confirming vehicle insurance as part of the risk assessment process.
NEW: This policy has been developed to help you ensure that services are delivered to contract, and in a safe and personalised manner.