The reason I became a Dignity Champion, where do I start?
NICE has produced Quality Standards for assessing if people (in their own homes) need help with their medicines.
Aimed at home care managers providing support, NICE has launched a quick guide highlighting how good record keeping protects people receiving medicines support and their care workers.
Updated guide to adult safeguarding from Skills for Care.
Minimum training requirements along with education and training principles.
‘Entry level’ is a stepping stone to achieving at the ‘Standards Met’ level, will be time limited but will allow you to begin using NHS mail.
Skills for Care has launched two new guides to help social care employers understand their requirements under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) regarding data protection roles.
An online self-assessment tool for data security.
Leading Change, Adding Value is the national framework for nursing, midwifery and care staff. It was launched in 2016 and sets out the key contribution of the professions to the Five Year Forward View and other transformational change.
Having enough of the right staff, with the right skills and led by confident managers can help you meet Care Quality Commission (CQC) standards.