The provision of the NRRA, Part II, assigns the responsibility for regulating the financial solvency of a reinsurer to the domiciliary
state and generally bars other states from requiring the reinsurer to provide additional financial information.
THE Care Quality Commission registration figures for 2012 show that as at March 31, 2012, there were 6,830 agencies providing domiciliary
care across England.
The firm has committed [pounds sterling]200m of capital over the last 11 years to a diverse range of service-based healthcare businesses providing: care for those with learning disabilities, mental health issues or complex needs; residential care and domiciliary
care, as well as independent fostering agencies.
Margaret Barrett, head of the council's adult care services, described Margaret as a true ambassador for the Domiciliary
The extra care and domiciliary
care services will dovetail with the range of residential and nursing care provided by the Wrexham-based company, backed up by the organisation's in-house Teaching Care Centre.
This latest contract complements Castlerock's service provision already being put in place in Doncaster, and witnesses the continued growth of their Domiciliary
Care, Supported Living and Home Care division.
The fact it says domiciliary
care on the advert is an error and the fault of the publication.
asked 30 people to keep diaries of their experiences when workers come into the home to offer domiciliary
THE Dail's Technical Group will put forward a motion this week to stop cuts to the domiciliary
A new occupation of care workers (especially if young and minimally trained) has implications for the workload of domiciliary
midwives in the first instance and this needs to be addressed through involving the midwives themselves and making organisational adjustments accordingly.
care agencies now have to register with the Commission for Social Care Inspection.
Huron Lodge was originally a domiciliary
hostel in an old hotel.