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S198. Working with Relatives, Friends, and Carers in Care

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Working with Relatives, Friends, and Carers in Care Policy Policy Statement This document outlines the policy of the agency 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 […]

S197. Winter Weather

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Winter Weather Policy Policy Statement {{org_field_name}} recognises that cold and icy winter weather can present a serious threat to the welfare of the people we visit. Aim of the Policy This policy is intended to set out the values, principles and policies underpinning {{org_field_name}}’s approach to winter weather risks. Winter Weather Policy To […]

S196. Whistleblowing

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Whistleblowing Policy Policy Statement This policy sets out the values, principles and procedures underpinning {{org_field_name}}’s approach to whistleblowing. {{org_field_name}} understands “whistleblowing” to refer to actions taken by an employee or employees to raise concerns about: Any of the above could harm, or create a risk of harm, to people using services, colleagues or […]

S195. Volunteers and Internships

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Volunteers and Internships Policy Policy Statement Procedures Training Staff responsible for the recruitment, training, management and co-ordination of the service’s volunteers will receive appropriate training to help them carry out their roles competently. Responsible Person: {{org_field_registered_manager_first_name}} {{org_field_registered_manager_last_name}} Reviewed on: {{last_update_date}} Next review date: this policy is reviewed annualy (every 12 months). When needed, […]

S194. Telecare

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Telecare Policy Policy Statement {{org_field_name}} aims to ensure that, where telecare is employed as part of an individual’s care option, it is safely and ethically used and supported by suitable knowledgeable and skilled staff. The policy is in line with the requirements of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations […]

S193. Supporting Younger Adults with Disabilities in Education and Employment

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Supporting Younger Adults with Disabilities in Education and Employment Policy Policy Statement This policy (which can be adapted for different service settings) sets out the values and principles underpinning {{org_field_name}}’s approach to the support that it offers to its service users to receive education and employment in line with their personal goals, interests […]

S192. Supporting People with Learning Disabilities

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Supporting People with Learning Disabilities Policy Policy Statement {{org_field_name}} is committed to promoting the rights and interests of people with learning disabilities in line with national and local policies and strategies. It considers that it is always important to challenge the general perceptions of people with learning disabilities as being “different” from other […]

S191. Supporting Autistic People

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Supporting Autistic People Policy Policy Statement In these ways the service believes that it is able to achieve high standards of care and support, which are consistent with best practice guidance on person-centred care and support for autistic people. Staff Training and Supervision All new health and care staff as well as ancillary […]

S190. Supported Living for Younger Adults — Care and Support

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Supported Living for Younger Adults — Care and Support Policy Policy Statement This policy sets out the values, principles and procedures underpinning the service’s approach to meeting the personal care and related needs of people who are living in supported living arrangements. The service aims to respond appropriately to the needs of people […]

S189. Stroke

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Stroke Policy This policy is in line with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014, which requires care providers to ensure safe, person-centred care that comprehensively meets people’s needs, including any that arise because of experiencing a stroke. The aim is always to provide the highest possible quality of […]