Registered managers have a fundamental role in promoting person-centred support in their services. Working in a person-centred way leads to positive outcomes for people who need care and support, and the registered manager creates the culture of a service where people will be treated with dignity and respect.
Mapped to S5 Person- centred practice for positive outcomes in Social Care (adults) England, Manager Induction Standards (MIS), Skills for Care, 2016 and covering the following areas:
Managing a culture where the whole staff team feel part of quality assurance and continuous improvement processes in the service including reporting and learning from accidents, incidents, errors and near misses in the service
Accessing development opportunities as a manager in your specialist area of adult social care.
Defining your role as the registered manager in embedding person-centred and outcome-based practice in your service.