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hear from Carl May-Smith providing a CQC and health & care regulatory update

11 December 2018

In this webinar, Carl discusses four main topics, minimum wage for sleep-in shifts, recent learning disability and autism Care Quality Commission registration appeals, the latest on Care Quality Commission enforcement and Competition and Markets Authority advice on care home fees, terms and conditions.

The first topic outlines the latest Government guidance following the Court of Appeal’s decision in the Mencap case regarding the national living/minimum wage for sleep in shifts. In the second topic, Carl discusses Centurion Health Care’s recent successful appeal against a refusal by the Care Quality Commission to register a new learning disability in autism care service, looking at what other providers can learn about the application of Care Quality Commission’s ‘Registering the Right Support’ guidance.

The third topic outlines the recent Care Quality Commission prosecution of Hillgreen Care and provides an update on Care Quality Commission’s overall approach to enforcement.

For the final topic, Carl summarises the recent Competition and Markets Authority advice care for home owners in relation to fees, terms & conditions and consumer rights for residents.

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