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Quality Management and Compliance System for Domiciliary Care and Community Living Services

Domiciliary Care / Homecare, Community Living Policies & Procedures 

The Cared4 quality management and compliance system for domiciliary care and community living and supportive living services is the end product of substantial research within a wide range of local authority and independent sector providers. Staff who actually work in this field contributed their knowledge of best practice to the development of the system

The policies and 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 domiciliary care quality management system but also as a training resource for staff. It enables managers to give new staff homecare policies and procedures commensurate with their role. It is based on best practice and the CQC Fundamental Standards so that staff gain an understanding of quality of care from induction at the outset.

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

The system is comprehensive, and there are 52 policies, 83 procedures and 140 forms that comply with the requirements of the CQC Fundamental Standards and the Key Lines of Enquiry.

Some of the features include: prompts for staff when they need to report concerns to their line manager, safety assessment of a person’s property, a comprehensive care plan and safeguarding policies and procedures.

Given the track record and background to Cared4 and those involved in its development 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, and demonstrating to CQC inspector’s compliance to requirements.

Given the track record and background to Cared4 and those involved in its development 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, and demonstrating to CQC inspector’s compliance to requirements.

Bettal is so confident about Cared 4 meeting the CQC Fundamental Standards and the Key Lines of Enquiry; that should an inspector require a document that is not in our system we will create it for you free of charge.

Albert

Albert Cook

Former Principal Inspector and Fellow of the Chartered Quality Institute

 

List of documents:

Please click on the titles below to see samples of the Cared 4 system:

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