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The Department of Health and Social Care has published its response to the CQC’s Out of sight – who cares? report which reviewed the use of restraint, seclusion and segregation in care services for autistic people and people with a learning disability and/or mental health condition. You can read our earlier blog on the CQC ‘s report here.
The Minister of State for Care, Helen Whately MP has recently responded to the CQC’s report published back in October 2020 in a letter addressed to Ian Trenholm, the chief executive of the CQC.
A summary of the Minister of State’s response is set out below:
Mental Health Act reform
Better reporting of restrictive practice
In conclusion, the DHSC welcome the increased focus the CQC is placing on care for people with a learning disability and autistic people, including the recommendation that CQC must improve its regulatory approach for providers of services for people with a learning disability, autistic people and people with mental health conditions.
Partner and Head of Health & Care
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