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Cats, dogs and CQC registration
Neil Grant and Michael Curtis QC reflect on the Care Quality Commission’s imminent proposal to widen the definition of a registered provider to include parent companies and management companies, asking: is CQC, a statutory agency, trying to be a law maker? The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a bold organisation Read the full article…
The benefits of carpet in care homes
Carpet may not be suitable for all locations in a care facility, but when it comes to areas such as bedrooms, corridors and communal lounges, carpet can have a key role in creating a therapeutic environment for residents, staff and visitors. Danfloor’s recommendations for the use of carpet within non-clinical Read the full article…
Looking for a new role in social care?
Lee Biggins, Founder and Managing Director of CV-Library offers guidance on writing a winning cover letter for those looking for a new role in social care. Recent research from CV Library has found that has found that many care professionals have fallen out of love with their jobs. In fact, Read the full article…
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