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“Good & Outstanding care guide” Skills for Care partnership working LEAD FEATURE

Skills for Care is the strategic body for workforce a great story to tell as we are ranked best specialist “Good & Outstanding
development in adult social care in England. It is an provider in the UK with 5 “Outstanding” rated care guide” Skills for Care
independent registered charity working with 35,000 services. partnership working
adult social care employers to set the standards and —
qualifications to equip 1.5 million social care workers We have included recommendations, practical Nuki transfer to new role
with the skills and knowledge needed to deliver high examples, tips and common mistakes. As well as
quality care to people who use services and carers. quotes from our Managers we will be including photos
—— of younger people to reflect the wider perspective of IN THIS ISSUE
Skills for Care has helped services to prepare for care from only physical disabilities and elderly more What is Tovertafel?
CQC inspections so their workforce has the skills, commonly associated with having support needs. —
knowledge and confidence to provide high quality 24 hour maintenance
care and support. In 2017 Skills for Care produced the London Care Partnership have been asked to present support
“Good and outstanding care guide” to share what at the conference along with keynote speakers Sir —
organisations who are rated as good and outstanding Andrew Dilnot and the Care Quality Commission’s
are doing so providers can learn from each other. Chief Inspector of Social Care Andrea Sutcliffe CBE. When does Spring start?
We will present the session at the conference “How —
There are common themes like recruiting and can the right leadership, governance, innovation Green Gym
retaining the right managers, leaders and staff who and effective relationships across the system deliver —
will create effective approaches to providing person- outstanding care?” 60 Seconds with Dillon,
centered care. There is a lot of good practice to Lillia and Dafydd
share – some of it simple and effective and some The new guide will be launched at the Skills for Care —
more innovative and transformational. London Care Annual Conference on 1st March. It will be available 20 staff join in 2018!
Partnership have been working with Skills for Care on on-line shortly after and read by many of the 1.5 —
the 2018 guide over the last few months. We have million people working in the sector. Fun times

Nuki transfer to new role

From 1st March 2018, Nuki Clark will transition from Home Manager at
School House to an external consultancy position providing RQF training to
our support staff across all London Care Partnership homes.
Nuki has been employed by London Care Partnership since 15th July 2009 and
has been a Registered Home Manager since 1st June 2011. Nuki achieved an
“Outstanding” rating from CQC at School House in 2016.
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Nuki will also oversee the transfer of Registered Manager responsibilities over
the next few months to Naomi Rogers who was appointed on 1st February
2018. The plan has been endorsed by CQC and ensures a seamless transition
to Naomi.

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