Guide to improvement launched by Skills for Care

Skills for Care has launched an online guide to help social care employers to identify, plan and implement improvements across their service

The ‘Guide to improvement’ supports regulatory compliance: according to Skills for Care at the beginning of 2019, 17 per cent of regulated adult social care services in England were failing to meet regulatory standards.

Skills for Care’s project manager Rob Hargreaves says oganisations need to act quickly to make sure that they meet these standards, as, when quality begins to drop, they’re much more likely to need costly interventions to turn that service around. 

“Whether you’re responding to a negative inspection, or striving for ‘outstanding’, making improvement brings lots of benefits, no matter what your CQC rating,”   

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