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Jun 29

CQC Urges providers to check their Fire Safety Procedures

After the recent tragedy of the Grenfell Tower Block Fire – providers should check their Fire Safety Procedures To read the guidance please click here   
Jun 22

W&P Publishes Autumn CQC Compliance Workshop Schedule

Our ever popular Compliance workshops continue to be sold out and are often rated 10/10 by delegates. We have now published the new workshop schedule for  Autumn 2017, so don’t be disappointed BOOK EARLY to guarantee your place.  
Jun 15

STOMP Stopping the over medication for people with Learning Disabilities & Autism

It is estimated that on an average day in England between 30,000 and 35,000 people with a learning disability, autism or both are taking prescribed psychotropic medication without appropriate clinical justification. This is medication which results in alterations to perception, mood or consciousness. Long-term use of these medicines puts people at unnecessary risk of a […]
Jun 05

W&P Launches On Line Training

W&P has provided training and business support to health and social care providers since 2001. We have now introduced an exciting range of on line training courses which cover three core business subjects: Health & Social Care, Health & Safety and Business Skills At a fraction of the cost and fraction of management time than you’d […]
May 18

Conservative Manifesto – Social Care Shake Up

Theresa May is expected to promise to address the rising cost of social care in England  as she launches the Conservative manifesto. To read more click here  
May 04
Apr 18

New CQC Compliance Workshops published for Summer 2017

W&P Publishes its summer 2017 CQC Compliance Workshop Schedule Book your place on a workshop regularly rated 10/10 by delegates    For more information or to book your place please click here
Mar 31

Do you worry about your Policies being up date?

Then worry no more! An increasing number of residential and domiciliary providers are switching to W&P’s policies and procedures because they are clearly written and easy to understand. Our P&P’s offer great value for money with no long contracts or hidden extras – what you see is what you get. There is another bonus, because […]
Mar 23

An important judgment on the wellbeing provisions of the Care Act.

The Administrative Court has handed down an important judgment on the wellbeing provisions of the Care Act. The ruling distinguishes that funding is based on needs and not necessarily wishes and preferences Simon Goacher, Morris Hill and Ken Slade look at the outcome To read the full article and the court papers please click here