Care Standards: A Practical Guide
The Care Standards legislation has been revolutionary - imposing draconian requirements upon the providers of residential care. Breach of the legislation can attract upon a care home owner or manager criminal liability and disqualification. Consequently, it is essential that all involved in the system are aware of their responsibilities, the latent difficulties in the legislation and best practice. This book provides British Care Home Owners, those advising them and all involved in the care standards regime with a thoroughly comprehensive handbook.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
CARE HOMES AND THEIR REGULATION
PARTICIPANTS IN THE OPERATION OF
ESTABLISHMENTS AND AGENCIES
13 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
accommodation appeal application appointment appropriate arrangements assessment checks childminding Children Act 1989 Children's Homes Regulations circumstances client comply contract convictions Criminal Records Criminal Records Bureau decision disclosure documents employer employment ensure establishment or agency establishments and agencies facilities fees guidance health and safety home owner Homes Act 1984 Homes Regulations 2001 income independent hospital inspection inspector interview issues liability matter National Care Standards National Health Service national minimum standards NCSC needs nursing homes obligation operation organisation paragraph party patients pension credit Police Act 1997 powers practice premises Private and Voluntary procedure prosecution purchaser reasonable recruitment registered enterprise Registered Homes Act registered manager registered nurse registered person registered provider registration authority regulatory relation relevant residential family centres respect responsible individual Secretary service provider service users social specific staff Standards Act 2000 Standards Commission statement of purpose statutory suitable vulnerable adults