Commission for Social Care Inspection
Millions of people in England will soon have a better way of judging the quality of care services they or their relatives and friends rely on.
New ratings (1-4) for all 28,000 care providers in England will let the public see easily whether care providers are excellent, good, adequate or poor.
The public is now being consulted on the details of how the new system will work. The consultation lasts for three months, and closes on 14 November 2006.
Ratings will be given to care homes from mid 2007.
If you would like to give your views on this suggested rating system, visit the CSCI website for further details.
From The Telegraph newspaper 18th August.
Employment agencies said they had told The Immigration Service of people with false papers but it took no action"
Reviews and risk assessments have been carried out in Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.
On site Manual Handling Training has taken place in Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.
A new post has commenced in London. Female, age 91. Salary �568.00 inc. Care Manager Jackie Maasz.
The following advertisement has appeared in our local newspapers in the last few days:
If you have to pay for your Domiciliary Carer in 2006 the ways to pay are numerous. You can:
Angela Gifford, Proprietor
Able Community Care.