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2 edition of Standards in leaving care found in the catalog.

Standards in leaving care

First Key.

Standards in leaving care

report of the National Working Group.

by First Key.

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Published by First Key in Leeds .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
Pagination17p.
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18441973M
ISBN 100952909707

These surveys help to make sure that nursing homes are following state and federal regulations to be a licensed facility. State and Federal Regulations The following regulations apply to nursing homes. Physical Plant and Equipment Standards for Long-Term Care Nursing Facilities; Chapter Housekeeping and Maintenance Standards for Long. Get this from a library! Leaving care. [Mike Stein; Kate Carey] -- Each year ab young people aged between 16 and 19 leave the care of local authorities. Far from seeing themselves as on the threshold of adulthood, they are faced with a variety of problems.

They are designed to address unacceptable variations in the standards of treatment, care and services and to raise the quality of services. They will be used by the Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) alongside the requirements of regulations, in making decisions on regulations of establishments and agencies. In a report on medical standards of care, the Institute of Medicine established a taxonomy of standards that remains relevant today [1]. According to this taxonomy, the following types of medical standards are used currently in the United States: Standards of quality: statements of the minimum acceptable level of performance or results, what constitutes excellent performance or results.

2 STANDARDS FOR QUALITY HIV CARE: A TOOL FOR QUALITY ASSESSMENT, IMPROVEMENT, AND ACCREDITATION IV/AIDS has had a shattering impact on many countries in the past decade, especially those in sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia. . This Practice Guidance, developed by SOS Children’s Villages International and CELCIS, seeks to promote improvements in practice that should have a positive impact for young people during and after the leaving care process. The contents of this Practice Guidance are in good part informed by a detailed Scoping exercise that was carried out in each of the five countries participating in this.


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