Scotland - Registration - Supported Living
This is a key employment policy and will have an impact on every employee of an employer as every employee will be subject to it. A disciplinary process is the area which is of most risk to employers so they should ensure they follow a proper process and reach a reasonable decision when carrying it out.
This policy will guide staff on what is considered an Adult Support and Protection issue as well as who they should report such incidents to. It is important that staff have a good understanding of the process to follow. The policy has been reviewed with an additional procedural point added in relation to reporting any concerns via an AP1 form. References have also been checked to ensure that they remain current.
This policy will guide the prospective provider on how to register with the Care Inspector and signpost to best practice that will further their knowledge and inform on how to consult prior to registration. It has been reviewed with some outstanding points added and references checked to ensure that they remain valid.
This policy will highlight to staff the importance of choice and directs staff to the Health and Social Care Standards. It has been reviewed with minimal content changes and references have been updated to ensure that they remain current.
This policy will guide staff on how best to safely access a service user’s home if they are unable to physically give access to callers. The contents will help staff reduce the risk of unauthorised access and help them put measures in place agreeable to all concerned. References checked and remain valid, reference to the SSSC code added.
This policy will guide and support individuals who wish to apply for registration with the Care Inspectorate, it also explains the requirement to pay annual fees to continue to be registered. References, links and contact details checked and all remain valid.
This policy will guide staff who work in care at home on how best to advise service users to remain safe in their own home and the process to follow if the person is incapacitated. The policy has been reviewed and references have been checked and remain valid.
This policy is in relation to seeking consent from a Data Subject that is GDPR compliant. It has been reviewed and references have also been updated to ensure that they remain current.
This policy outlines how to comply with Duty of Candour regulations. Policy reviewed with minor changes only. References remain current and relevant.
This policy will guide the relevant staff who recruit and induct new employees, on the process to follow and the information that must be given prior to and on commencement of employment. It has been reviewed with no significant changes and references checked and updated.