Health and Social Care News

Covid-19 Information

As these unprecedented times continue to unfold, CQT are focused on:

The health and welfare of our team and people participating in all of our training and our ability to continue to support our clients and colleagues in all circumstances. We are constantly monitoring the situation to ensure maximum resilience. We have a continuity plan in place and we are confident we can ensure continued operational effectiveness.

All our employees are working from home and fully set up to do so. Our Conflict Resolution Training (CRT) training programmes are being delivered online at

We will continue to adapt our response and planning based on guidance issued by the UK GovernmentPublic Health England, the National Health Service and the World Health Organisation.

Please follow the guidance

  • Stay at home
  • Only go outside for essential food, medicines, exercise and work (if unable to work from home)
  • If you do have to go out stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home
  • Do not meet others, even friends or family

Domiciliary Care meets State of the Art Technology

CareSuccess are using their State of the Art Technology digital App to help support Domiciliary care providers who look after vulnerable people in the community. From what I’ve seen so far the interoperable app is compatible with hundreds of other software devices and systems and able to integrate both Domiciliary Care and Health and Social care records, allowing Nurses, General Practitioners, Patients and their Families, Social Workers and Regulation Inspectors such as CQC and CCG’s greater visibility of crucial documentation and information such as Diabetes, Asthma and Alzheimers.

The app also allows fast access to up to date documentation and reports that feed into the Management dashboards. Information and live alerts can be sent to all relevant stakeholders and access can be quickly granted or denied at the point of care. Having seen the App working I feel this transform how domiciliary care and primary care can co-support patients at home. This is definitely one to keep an eye on as it could definitely make my role as CQC Specialist Advisor much less complicated when it comes to inspecting and examining care notes and data.