The Social Care Commitment

 

What is the Social Care Commitment?
The Social Care Commitment is the adult social care sector’s promise to provide people who need care and support with high quality services.

The Leeds Care Association would like to encourage all members to sign up to the Social Care Commitment.

The Social Care Commitment is a recognised quality mark with CQC and demonstrates commitment by organisations/employees to put care values into practice and employers promising to give their staff the learning support to do this.

The Social Care Commitment

The Social Care Commitment is the adult social care sector’s promise to provide people who need care and support with high quality services.

It is a Department of Health initiative that has been developed by the sector, so it is fit for purpose and makes a real difference to those who sign up. Made up of seven statements, with associated ‘I will’ tasks that address the minimum standards required when working in care, the commitment aims to both increase public confidence in the care sector and raise workforce quality in adult social care.

Who Makes the commitment?

Any employees and employers in adult social care can make the commitment.  Importantly it’s not just for those who are employed in care and support roles, but for everyone in the sector including volunteers. An employer or organisation makes their commiment first, then they are able to encourage their employees and subsidiearies to make the commitment, so the whole workforce is working towards improving quality and raising standards.

To find out more and how to sign up to the Social Care Commitment please click the button below:-

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