Key Policies in a Domiciliary Setting

Key Policies in a Domiciliary Setting

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  • Access to service users homes policy
  • Advance care planning in domiciliary care
  • Advocacy policy
  • Autism policy
  • Care and support plans policy
  • Communicating effectively with service users and achieving the accessible information standard policy
  • Consent to care and treatment policy
  • Dementia care policy
  • End of life in domiciliary care policy
  • Equality diversity and inclusion policy
  • Gender related care issues
  • Human rights and DoLs in domiciliary care
  • Hydration in home care policy
  • Information provision for potential service users
  • Intimate personal care
  • Involving service users in their care policy
  • Mental capacity policy
  • Meeting communication needs
  • Mobility policy
  • Needs assessment in domiciliary care policy
  • Nutrition in domiciliary care policy
  • Oral health in domiciliary care policy
  • Personal and sexual relationships
  • Personal care and support
  • Providing culturally appropriate care
  • Privacy and dignity in domiciliary care
  • Regulation 11: Need for consent policy
  • Risk assessment and management for service users in domiciliary care policy
  • Social isolation and loneliness policy
  • Supporting people with autism policy
  • Learning disability policy
  • Absence management policy
  • Alcohol and drug use- employees
  • Agency workers policy
  • Annual holidays policy
  • Bullying policy
  • Code of conduct policy
  • Disciplinary and dismissal process policy
  • Disciplinary and dismissal appeals policy
  • Dress code
  • Employing people from abroad policy
  • Equal opportunities policy
  • Family leave policy
  • Fixed term contracts policy
  • Giving and receiving references policy
  • Grievances policy
  • Harassment policy
  • Induction policy
  • Maternity policy
  • Medical reports policy
  • Paternity leave policy
  • Personal development policy
  • Job descriptions and person specification policy
  • Lone working in domiciliary care policy
  • Racial harassment policy
  • Recruiting and selecting staff
  • Redundancy policy
  • Referring employees to the DBS service
  • Right to work checks
  • Volunteers policy
  • Induction programmes policy
  • Professional boundaries policy
  • Sickness and absence policy
  • Staff appraisal policy
  • Staff deployment and retention policy
  • Staff supervision policy
  • Staff training and development
  • Staff vaccination and immunisations policy
  • Voluntary redundancy policy
  • Adaptations and equipment home care policy
  • Accident reporting in domiciliary care policy
  • COSHH policy
  • Fire safety in domiciliary care policy
  • First aid policy
  • Health and safety in domiciliary care policy
  • Health and safety of shift workers policy
  • Health and safety risk assessment policy
  • Keeping staff safe from aggression and appropriate response policy
  • Moving and handling of service users policy
  • Moving and handling bariatric and plus size service users policy
  • Personal safety
  • Pets: assessing and managing risk
  • Safety, availability and suitability of equipment policy
  • Serious incidents reporting policy
  • Sharps policy
  • Winter weather in domiciliary care policy
  • Adult safeguarding overall policy
  • Anti bribery policy
  • Complaints policy
  • Cyberbullying policy
  • Liberty Protection Safeguards
  • Safeguarding service users at risk of adopting extremist and radical ideologies policy
  • Safeguarding service users who are at significant risk of harm policy
  • Regulation 13: Safeguarding service users from abuse and improper treatment 
  • Safeguarding domiciliary care service users from abuse or harm policy
  • Safeguarding a person missing from their home
  • Safeguarding service users from abuse and harm: rights, risks and restraint in domiciliary care
  • Safeguarding interventions
  • Safeguarding vulnerable service users from financial abuse, gifts and legacies in domiciliary care
  • Supporting service users who lack mental capacity to take decisions policy
  • Whistleblowing policy
  • Decontamination, disinfection and sterilisation policy
  • Food hygiene in domiciliary care policy
  • Handwashing policy
  • Infection prevention and control in domiciliary care policy
  • Legionnaires disease
  • PPE and infection control
  • Sharps in domiciliary care policy
  • BLS, resuscitation and DNACPR policy
  • Medicines errors: identifying, reporting and reviewing medicines related problems policy
  • Healthcare and clinical procedures policy
  • Medication management: home care policy
  • Promoting mental wellbeing and health policy
  • Care and welfare of people who use services policy
  • National data opt out policy
  • Delays and missed visits contingency planning and arrangements policy
  • Emergency planning policy
  • Business plan policy
  • Commissioning and contracting policy
  • 7 ways to beat the heat
  • Heatwave policy
  • Professional boundaries policy
  • Public holidays policy
  • Winter weather policy
  • Duty of candour policy
  • Regulation 20: Duty of candour
  • Financial procedures policy
  • Fit and proper person
  • Good governance, leadership and management policy
  • Good governance and organisational structure policy
  • Regulation 17: Good governance
  • Quality assurance
  • Responding to experiences of service users policy
  • Working with other agencies policy
  • Access of records policy
  • Accessing records of a deceased service user
  • Accessible information policy
  • Computer security
  • Confidentiality policy
  • Confidentiality of service users information policy
  • Contracts, agreements and termination of service policy
  • Data protection policy
  • Display of quality ratings policy
  • Information for service users in domiciliary care policy
  • Record keeping policy
  • Sharing information with other providers or agencies policy
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