CQC Provider Compliance

Best Practice Dementia Care

Health and Safety / Risk Management

Our consultancy service provides personalised guidance and support to improve quality ratings.

Both Karen and Lynda have held Registered Manager positions and have successful experience of supporting those currently in the role to analyse, plan and develop their services to comply with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014. We can support managers to provide evidence to demonstrate CQC’s five Key Lines of Enquiry.

Following principles of social psychology and good communication, we can equip managers to motivate their workforce to promote effective teamwork and accountability at all levels; an essential requirement in today’s competitive social care arena.

We can incorporate current international evidence-based research into your service provision.

Having mastered in Dementia Studies, Karen has researched the benefits of purposeful activity for individuals living with dementia at all stages of their journey with the condition. The creative arts afford opportunities for engagement and interaction when verbal communication presents a challenge. Karen is particularly keen to support services to explore how they can facilitate opportunities for outdoor activity which has extensively been proven to improve physical and emotional health, mobility and interaction with others.

Our consultancy can help you ensure compliance with statutory regulatory requirements and look after your workforce.

Lynda has extensive knowledge of health and safety having qualified with the NEBOSH General National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety and NEBOSH Fire Certificate in Fire Safety. She can support services in undertaking risk assessments and produce comprehensive risk management plans which comply with statutory requirements. Staff training can be provided to accomplish plans in place.  

As a highly experienced Adult and Paediatric First Aid Trainer, Lynda is accredited to award a full suite of First Aid qualifications. She can guide services to ascertain appropriate occupational health provision to meet the needs of their workforce.