‘Scottish care homes can do better’ says regulator


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The Care Commission in Scotland has announced the early findings from the first six months of its new grading system for Scotland’s care services, and care homes have not scored as well as other areas of care delivery.

In April 2008 the Care Commission launched a grading scheme and has now assessed almost a third of the country’s 14,859 registered services, including care homes, nurseries and childminders.


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