London, United Kingdom, September 07, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- With changes to the Care Quality Commission’s inspection framework now implemented, this Adult Social Care Inspections Conference is well placed to inform delegates on how to achieve the best rating and improve care standards.
This Capita Conference provides transferable learning on how to meet the new standards rolled out by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and examine the role of the commission in supporting the delivery of good quality adult social care.
Attendees will hear from leading providers on overcoming the key challenges to meet these comprehensive inspection standards. Key topics covered include:
· Achieving greater partnership working between health and social care to foster a more integrated approach to providing social care
· Developing solutions to meet care needs and achieve a better CQC rating through the inspection process
· Safeguarding vulnerable adults and providing personalised care that promotes independence
· Ensuring standards laid out by the CQC are met and workforces are supported to achieve the best rating possible
An opportunity to gain best practice guidance on meeting the requirements of the Mental Capacity Act and ensure that individuals feel empowered in the support they receive.