Since we released our holistic observations tools last March we have overwhelmed with positive feedback from busy managers who love the time savings and efficiency gains from being able to carry out one observation and apply it to multiple outcomes.
Our much anticipated holistic observation capabilities will be launched on the evening of 22nd March 2016, and as we hinted in an earlier post in February, the benefits for managers and staff are really exciting! New Ways to Record Observations As
We are really proud to see that another of our customers has been recognised by Skills for Care in the press recently. REaCH Stockport Council’s in-house Reablement and Community Home Support was the winner of the 2015 Skills for Care Accolade
The Grey Matter Group are delighted that one of our largest customers, Home Instead, has achieved the highest Care Quality Commission (CQC) compliance score of any national provider for the elderly in the latest Laing & Buisson report. The quarterly
In its annual report on the state of health care, published this week, currently trending with the hashtag #StateofCare, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) found that the majority of adult social care services in England provide good quality caring but there
Download and read the Questions and Answers document on the Implementation of the Care Certificate for Health and Social Care Professionals.
The Care Certificate is scheduled for introduction in March 2015, replacing both the National Minimum Training Standards and the Common Induction Standards.
The Care Certificate represents the biggest change to workforce development in the social care sector and is the first time that the same standards are being applied across health and social care.
Evidencing competence “in practice” and staff learning “during real work duties” are seen as a higher value outcomes than simply delivering staff training, under the new criteria. Read more…