National Care Standards

These reports were published in May 2011.

“From 1 April 2011 a new regulatory body, Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland (SCSWIS), is responsible for regulating social services. Independent healthcare services are regulated by Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS). The National Care Standards will still apply. For more information on SCSWIS visit www.scswis.com or HIS visit www.healthcareimprovementscotland.org

Scotland’s National Care Standards

“We want everyone in Scotland to receive the same high level of care no matter where they live. The National Care Standards have been created by Scottish Ministers to help you understand what to expect from a wide range of care services.

We know that using care services can often be a stressful time. The National Care Standards are there to help make sure you get the right quality of care. They tell you how to raise concerns or complaints if you feel there is a problem with the care you or a relative or friend receives.”

National Care Standards For Childcare Agencies

National Care Standards Support Services

National Care Standards: Adoption Agencies: Revised March 2005

National Care Standards: Adult Placement Services

National Care Standards: Care at Home

National Care Standards: Care Homes for Children and Young People

National Care Standards: Care Homes for Older People: Revised November 2007

National Care Standards: Care homes for people with drug and alcohol misuse problems

National Care Standards: Care homes for people with learning disabilities

National Care Standards: Care Homes for People with Mental Health Problems

National Care Standards: Foster Care and Family Placement Services

National Care Standards: Housing Support Services

National Care Standards: Nurse Agencies

National Care Standards: School Care Accommodation Services

National Care Standards: Services for People in Criminal Justice Supported Accommodation

National Care Standards: short breaks and respite care services for adults

National Care Standards Early Education and Childcare up to the age of 16

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