One of the keys to establishing and maintaining an outstanding children’s home, is to have robust systems and processes in place that allow for the smooth running of it.
Outstanding provisions will often utilise Regulation 44 visits, internal quality assurance officers, Regulation 45 reports, and weekly/monthly checklists in a bid to achieve this.
If this sounds familiar and is working well for your provision, please stop reading, as this service is probably not for you. If for whatever reason, and there can be many, the above forms of quality assurance are either proving to be ineffective or aren’t feasible at this time, we can definitely help.
Our Quality Assurance
In line with our mission statement, quality assurance checks carried out by Changing Outcomes are designed to be both inspiring and supportive in nature, enabling our clients to establish and maintain outstanding levels of care.
- All of our quality assurers have managerial experience within a residential setting, and possess a thorough knowledge of the ‘Children’s Homes (England) Regulations 2015’, the ‘Guide to the Children’s Homes Regulations 2015, including the quality standards’, and the ‘Social care common inspection framework’ (SCCIF).
- Changing Outcomes uses a comprehensive template, designed to cover all the quality standards, including other matters relating to the quality standards, as laid out in the Children’s Homes (England) Regulations 2015.
- A clear action plan will follow any identified shortfalls.
- We guarantee to make a minimum of 3 recommendations that will serve to improve your service delivery.