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CQC Compliant Mental Health Care Policies & Procedures

Cared4 has been the subject of substantial research and is recognised as being among the leading quality management systems in the social care sector. The system has been developed through the knowledge of inspection, research, and management of social care services.

The Cared4 quality management system of policies and procedures for mental health services is the end product of working with providers in local authorities and the independent sector.

The procedures follow best practice in a sequential format and therefore each stage of the procedure is clear to staff. As a result Cared4 can be seen as much more than a quality management system but also as a training resource for staff. It enables managers to give new staff policies and procedures based on best practice so that staff gain an understanding of quality of care from the outset.

Albert cook (MD Bettal) has managed a range of mental health and therapy services and has an experience of the requirements of a service for people with mental health problems. The Bettal quality management system complies with the Essential Standards of Quality and Safety.

Given the background to Cared4 you can be sure that you are investing in a system that will give confidence to you and your staff in delivering quality care services.

The Cared 4 package includes:

  • 2 ring binders with hard copies of the documents described above customised with the name of your service.
  • Access to our on-line via our myCared4EQMS electronic platform which mirrors the hard copy documentation enables you to view change print and archive your documents.
  • Free update service.


Albert Cook
Former Principle Inspector and Fellow of the Chartered Quality Institute

Testimonials

We've only been running for 2 years but CQC inspectors have commented that we have better documentation than agencies that have been running for many years.
Lee Marsh - New Horizons Trust