Regulation of social work and mental health services for children
The purpose of this survey is to gain your views on the draft Regulation of Care (Regulated Activities) (No. 2) (Jersey) Regulations and the draft Regulation of Care (Standards and Requirements) (Amendment) (Jersey) Regulations.
This consultation does not require any personal information to be provided. If any personal information is divulged this will not be shared outside of the team developing these draft Regulations within the Department for Strategic Policy, Planning and Performance or published online as part of the consultation.
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Q1. Do you agree with the revised definition of social care?
Q2. Do you agree with the changes to the definitions of the existing regulated activities?
Q4. Do you agree with the proposed conditions to be applied to new regulated activities at registration?
Q5. Do you agree with the amendments to the requirements to ensure that care is appropriate, safe, personalised and respectful?
Q7. Do you agree with the generic requirements under the 2018 Regulations which will remain in place?
Q8. Do you agree with the requirements under the 2018 Regulations which apply to children’s homes and which will remain in place?
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Q13. Do you agree with the requirements in relation to the storage and handling of case records by adoption services?
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Q18. Do you agree with the approach taken to regulating children’s social work services?
Q19. Do you agree with the approach taken to regulating independent monitoring and review services?
Q20. Do you agree that child contact centres should be required to directly supervise contact between children and others when in the care of the service?
Further Amendments to the draft Regulation
Are there any specific aspects of these draft Regulations which you think could be improved? Please note if you choose to provide comments these must relate specifically to the improvements which might be made to the draft Regulation of Care (Regulated Activities) (No. 2) (Jersey) Regulations. You must not provide any personal information to this consultation, including information which could identify either you or any other specific individual. In particular, you must not provide specific details of any care which you or others have either received or provided.