Wales - Domiciliary Care
This policy, which has been converted to the new QCS format, assists services to be in a continual state of readiness for baseline and focused inspections. It also sets guidelines for dealing with Notices of Non-Compliance, and states ways in which all staff and Individuals can use the inspection process constructively to bring about service improvements.
This policy has been converted to the new QCS format and reviewed to reflect the CIW and other stakeholder requirements. It has been remodelled to reflect legislation and best industry practice, and includes the need for training. The policy has been updated to reflect the appropriate action required in a domiciliary care setting where blood spillage kits are unlikely to be used. This policy supersedes WCC02.
This policy has been updated and expanded to include the refusal to hold records in relation to Mental Capacity and Data Protection. It highlights the need to find safe ways of communicating care needs if an Individual refuses. The Declaration Form has been updated to ensure that the Individual understands why a provider asks to keep records in the home.
Converted to the new QCS format. Policy updated to reflect legislative changes appropriate for Wales and ensure the content is appropriate for staff working in people’s own homes.
Policy reviewed and converted to new QCS policy format. This policy will be a new addition for some Community clients.
A review of this policy and conversion to new QCS format. Includes reference to NICE resources that support best practice working. This policy supersedes policy number WCP22.
Reviewed policy and converted into new QCS format with the addition of new referencing and procedure statements. Please note that for Supported Living Clients, this policy replaces policy WQC03.
Policy reviewed and converted to new QCS format. The policy now promotes a culture of Individual inclusion, where staff encourage Individuals to be as independent as possible. It also details the level of training required in order for staff to be responsible for bowel monitoring. This policy forms part of the promotion of continence framework and includes references and resources to support best practice. This policy replaces WCP23.
This policy has been converted to the new QCS format with additional information and references added. Links have also been provided to clarify the legal stance and business reasons for training.
Policy converted to the new QCS format. This policy sets out to streamline communication between staff and the Administration Team. It relates to Individuals’ feedback. The attached form now includes an outcome column to identify actions taken in response to requests made.