Background This study covers: the full range of school-aged children living in children’s homes, including those attending primary schools, secondary schools and further education and skills (FES) providers a wide range of educational provision types, including state-funded, independent, mainstream and special education provisions the period between 1 April 2018 and 31 March 2019 Main findingsContinue reading “The education of children living in children’s homes”
Story of shaking up Lifestyles team at Castleford House Nursing Home “people don’t come here to die – they come here to continue to live.” Shock Exasperation Change Evolution Read in full at source: https://outstandingcarehomes.co.uk/tips-to-become-outstanding/care-home-best-practice-castleford-house-nursing-home/
At the end of 2018 the Secretary of State for Health and Care commissioned us to look at restrictive practices in hospital and social care settings — we knew from the outset that human rights would be fundamental to this work Read Blog in full at Source: CQC: Out of sight? Who cares — aContinue reading “CQC: Out of sight? Who cares — a human rights issue | by Care Quality Commission | Oct, 2020”
An average 50 bed residential #carehome spends up to 2 hours per day per resident completing manual paperwork.
Diana Kerr, Heather Wilkinson and Colm Cunningham 29th Apr 2008 Although night-time care forms a significant part of care home provision, little research has focused on this. Night staff are a vulnerable group, receiving less training, supervision and support than day staff, but with high levels of responsibility. This report examines the perspectives ofContinue reading “Supporting older people in care homes at night”
Inspection vs. Assessment Beyond Whack-a-Mole Safety: Inspection vs. Assessment
Spotting a ‘closed culture’ – CQC inspections – RadcliffesLeBrasseur The Care Quality Commission (‘CQC’) has produced guidance (‘Guidance’) for their inspection teams and Mental Health Act reviewers to assist them in identifying ‘closed cultures’ at the earliest opportunity and to take appropriate action to prevent recurrence of the abuse exposed at Whorlton Hall.
Regulation of healthcare M&A in United Kingdom | Lexology What are some of the primary laws and regulations governing or implicated in healthcare-related business combinations? Are healthcare assets subject to specific regulation that would be material in a typical transaction? Is law and regulation of healthcare national or subnational?
Getting it right – registration of children’s homes
Overall experiences and progress of children and young people for all children’s homes Inspection profile as at 31 August 2019 Due to the change in period covered by this release, from 30 September to 31 August, we have chosen not to include comparisons to last year’s data. On 31 August 2019, 2,216 children’s homes (93%Continue reading