Reviewed policy to reflect changes in industry best practice.
No new changes to policy, minor additions to content for Community clients.Residential clients did not previously have access to this policy, it is a new
addition to their system.
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.
Content reviewed and policy updated to the new QCS policy format.
This new policy sets out the organisations commitment to supporting the Service User in expressing their sexuality and conducting personal relationships.
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.
New policy and procedure for Domiciliary Care in the new format to support the CM03 Overarching Medication Policy and Procedure.
New policy specifically for Domiciliary Care to ensure clarity for staff required to manage medication away from the usual place of residence.