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Care Homes Can Learn From Alternative Residential Care Settings (JRF)

Summary This Joseph Rowntree Foundation review explores learning from: (a) care in residential services for children and young people, (b) residential services and supported housing for people with learning disabilities and (c) hospice care. The report explores the possibility of … Continue reading

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Briefing on the Francis Inquiry for Social Care Providers (VODG / NCF / Sue Ryder)

Summary The Voluntary Organisations and Disability Groups (VODG), with the National Care Forum (NCF) and Sue Ryder, have produced a joint two-part briefing to explain the importance and relevance of the Francis Inquiry, and the resulting NHS reforms, from the perspective … Continue reading

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Minimum Standards for Healthcare Assistants: Certificate of Fundamental Care (BBC News)

Summary The Cavendish Review to ensure vulnerable patients are treated with dignity says healthcare assistants (HCAs) should need to comply with a universal training system and gain accreditation before they are allowed work unsupervised. This review was carried out after the Francis Inquiry to offer recommendations … Continue reading

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