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Residential and nursing care homes

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Are you interested in getting into business with Devon County Council? Take a look at current contract opportunities and see what our Market Position Statement (MPS) says about future development in this area.

Support for Residential and nursing care homes

Managers Checklists

17 August 2016

The monthly managers’ checklist and annual managers’ checklist are for your reference as a starting point for the documentation that you should have in place as a provider of care and support services.  Devon County Council considers these resources to be acceptable and contract-compliant but you may wish to check with CQC and any other commissioners Continue reading…

Infection, Prevention and Control guidance (COVID-19)

28 February 2020

We would like to reassure you that we are closely monitoring the situation and working with the government and NHS, who are well prepared to deal with this virus. Where to find the latest information and updates Guidance for social and community care settings Care Provider Alliance – Infection Prevention and Control Guidance ACAS guidance Continue reading…

Improved care and health worker parking permit scheme launched

21 January 2020

Permit will help care and health workers ‘to do their jobs’ A new Care and Health Worker Parking Permit has been launched, and it allows professionals visiting people at home to park on single and double yellow lines in certain circumstances. Currently care and health workers who hold the existing permit can park in on-street, Continue reading…

Reminder for all staff in the use of hoists

21 October 2019

Background: There has been another recent incident where there was significant risk of injury to the individual being hoisted when a gantry hoist collapsed. There have also been several earlier incidents where gantry hoists have collapsed. No fault was found with the equipment in any of the cases. The faults were deemed to be due Continue reading…

Expanding and improving regular breaks for carers – new guidance

21 October 2019

Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and Carers UK have launched new guidance on providing and commissioning carers’ breaks, plus advice and information for carers on how to get a break. Research by Carers UK shows 46 per cent of unpaid carers were unable to get a break in the last five years, even though Continue reading…

Ombudsman issues good practice guide for care providers

21 July 2019

The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has issued a good practice guide which shares lessons from complaints to help adult social care providers improve their services. Based on the Ombudsman’s lengthy experience of investigating complaints about independent providers, the guide gives real-life examples of the common problems the organisation sees – and offers some Continue reading…

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EU Settlement Scheme webinar

Join this free webinar on Thursday 26 May at 1.00pm to find out the latest on the Scheme, right to work for your EU nationals and next steps.


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