Neuro Partners is registered with the Care Quality Commission to deliver Domiciliary (personal) Care and TDDI (Treatment of Disease, Disorder or Injury).
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) are the regulators of the Health and Social Care Act 2008, Regulations 2010. Their duty is to ensure that all service providers comply with the Health and Social Care Act and meet the National Minimum standards for quality and safety for Service Users. CQC is the combination of existing regulatory bodies: Commission for Social Care Inspection, Mental Health Act Commission and the Healthcare Commission – CQC now forms a single regulatory system.
CQC ensure providers are compliant by conducting visits to the office, Service Users homes and by having discussions with Support Workers.
Companies are required, by law, to be registered under the Health & Social Care Act 2008, Regulation 2010 to be able to provide Domiciliary Care to our Service Users who, perhaps due to old age, disability or illness, are unable to provide it for themselves. Our role is to support people with identified needs.
CQC acts as our quality framework throughout the Company to ensure all services and related paperwork are to a high standard. View details of our latest inspection.
Who is Registered with CQC