CQC experts pledge full support to care worker charity campaign.
The CQC Single Assessment Framework is fast approaching next year. To help care providers and care managers prepare for the regulation overhaul, leading care consultancy, Fulcrum Care is hosting an online guidance and Q&A session in partnership with Social Care Consultants Ltd and Gordons Partnership Solicitors, this Friday 28th October.
All proceeds raised by the event will be donated to The Care Workers’ Charity, to give anyone who has worked in the care sector the chance at having a safety net during the cost of living crisis.
Tony Thiru, CEO of Fulcrum Care, says: “The Care Workers’ Charity is working tirelessly to help care workers everywhere through financial and emotional strain. By pledging all of the proceeds raised by the talk, we hope to raise awareness for their cause and share our support for those impacted …”
Topics covered by the live guidance and Q&A include:
- What to expect from the Single Assessment Framework
- The revised KLOEs, evidence gathering and 4-point rating scale
- How new regulations will impact social care providers
- What actions social care providers can take now to prepare
- How to maximise new opportunities with the new CQC approach.
Tim Dallinger, Director of Social Care Consultants Ltd adds: “Through our detailed breakdown, we hope to give care providers the preparation they need for the change coming in 2023 and how they can best explore the new opportunities that will come with it.”
Preparing for the CQC Single Assessment Framework will be held online on Friday, 28th October, 12:30 – 14:00 – click here to access the event page.
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