Unit 7 Meeting Individual Needs

Care that is provided usually free of charge
Statutory Care
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Where care and money is funded from
Mixed Economy of Care
2 of 12
A company who inspect all health and social care environments
Care Quality Commission
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A group of GP's who commission care in a certain area of the country
Clinical Commissioning Groups
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A person that cares for a family member or friend
Informal Carer
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Disadvantage of voluntary organisiations
Funding is not secure.
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People of all ages, genders and ethnicites are treated equally
Equality Act 2010
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A key part of internal quality assurance
Audits
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Main benefit of a complaints procedure
The service users feel valued
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The values and visions of of the service
Organisational Culture
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Benefit of networking
Improve standards
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Benefit of multi disciplinary working
improves commuincation
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Card 2

Front

Where care and money is funded from

Back

Mixed Economy of Care

Card 3

Front

A company who inspect all health and social care environments

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

A group of GP's who commission care in a certain area of the country

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

A person that cares for a family member or friend

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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