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D348. Preparing Contracts and Agreements and Termination of Service in Domiciliary Care

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Preparing Contracts and Agreements and Termination of Service in Domiciliary Care (England) Policy Policy Statement This document sets out the care service’s policy on how it develops its contractual relationships with the people to whom it provides services, and how they could end. The care service recognises that it is legally required to […]

D347. Bladder diaries

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} D347. Bladder diaries Q What is a bladder diary? Should we be using them with our residents? A A bladder diary is a record of an individual’s daily urinary habits, kept manually or electronically. The objective is to help doctors understand the details of a person’s problem with incontinence or the risk of […]

D346. Restricting workforce movements between care homes and other care settings

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} D346. Restricting workforce movements between care homes and other care settings Updated guidance has been published on restricting all routine staff movement between settings, unless absolutely necessary, which remains essential to minimise the risk of Covid-19 outbreaks in care homes. The guidance sets out how care home providers should reduce movement where possible. […]

D344. Safeguarding Children of a Person Receiving Care

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} D344. Safeguarding Children of a Person Receiving Care Policy Statement This policy shows how {{org_field_name}} safeguards children, for whom it has a duty of care for example the children in a household of someone receiving care. It should be linked to {{org_field_name}}’s overarching safeguarding policies for adults and children who are users of […]

D343. Working with Relatives, Friends and Carers in Domiciliary Care

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} D343. Working with Relatives, Friends and Carers in Domiciliary Care Policy Statement This document outlines the policy of {{org_field_name}} in relation to involving relatives, friends and carers in our dealings with service users. {{org_field_name}} recognises that the services it provides to a service user are only one part of the network of care […]

D342. Responsive Services in Domiciliary Care

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} D342. Responsive Services in Domiciliary Care Aim of the Policy This document outlines the policy of {{org_field_name}} in relation to providing services which are responsive to our service users’ needs and preferences. Principles {{org_field_name}} aims to make its services as responsive as possible to service users’ needs and preferences, in accordance with the […]

D341. International Recruitment of Staff

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} D341. International Recruitment of Staff Policy Statement {{org_field_name}} is committed to developing a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community, including people who have obtained or are eligible to obtain visas that enable them to work in a care role. They include people who are employed by {{org_field_name}} from […]

D340. Hand Hygiene: “Below the Elbows”

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} D340. Hand Hygiene: “Below the Elbows” Policy Statement This policy applies to all staff in direct contact with people when carrying out personal or nursing care, including providing help with eating and drinking, moving and transferring, taking to the toilet, etc. The policy applies to non-care and senior staff on occasions when they […]

D339. Open Door

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} D339. Open Door Policy Statement This policy shows how {{org_field_name}} supports its staff by ensuring that leaders and managers are available to discuss issues arising in the course of work and offer guidance. It applies to all staff in their different capacities. The Open Door policy complements {{org_field_name}}’s other policies on staff support […]

D338. Childrens Medication in Domiciliary Care

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} D338. Childrens Medication in Domiciliary Care Background This children’s domiciliary care service provides trained staff to support children and young people in their own homes. Support provided includes help with day-to-day activities including: washing, dressing and eating, support to go to school and relax/socialise, etc. All support is based on an individualised person-centred […]