When it comes to Social and Personal Care in the community, our management team and Healthcare Assistants are of the highest calibre.
The company mandate is to provide you with a personal care package unrivalled by our competitors.
We recruit Healthcare Assistants with the appropriate qualifications, skills, attitude and aptitude to provide not only the community with a personal care service, but to further build and enhance the reputation that CairBairz expects.
Our Healthcare Assistants, and management are both passionate about what they do, and are highly trained to a standard expected of the Care Quality Commission, and continue this throughout their employment with us.
The aim of CairBairz is to significantly improve the quality of life for people with health and social care needs in all environments, through the provision of a wide range of care and support services.
Safeguarding at CairBairz encompasses six key concepts:
We give individuals and Healthcare Assistants relevant information about recognising abuse and the choices available to them to ensure their safety. We give them clear information about how to report abuse and any necessary support in doing so. We consult them before we take any action. Where someone is unable to make that decision we always act in his or her best interests.
Our complaints reporting procedures for abuse and suspected criminal offences and risk assessments work effectively. Our policies and procedures are open and transparent and communicated to all.
Our healthcare assistants endeavour to identify and respond to signs of abuse and suspected criminal offences.
Our healthcare assistants are given the appropriate training and guidance, on how to recognise and take any
appropriate action to prevent abuse occurring.
We discuss with the individual and where appropriate with partner agencies the proportionality of possible responses to the risk of significant harm before we take a decision. Our arrangements support the use of professional judgement and the management of risk.
We have effective local information-sharing and multi-agency partnership arrangements in place and staff understand these. We foster a “one” team approach that places the welfare of individuals above organisational boundaries.
Our healthcare assistants understand what is expected of them and other agencies involved and recognise
their responsibilities to each other, act upon them and accept collective responsibility for safeguarding arrangements.