If you’re looking to enter the care sector we can help.

If you are looking to enter the care sector but don’t have that much experience, there are a few things you need to consider as opening a care home in the UK involves complying with several legal and regulatory requirements.

Firstly, you will need to register with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) before you can open a care service. The CQC is the independent regulator of health and social care in England and registration is the only way that you will legally be allowed to operate. Although the registration process is quite a long process, our Task force executives are fully versed in CQC registration and will happily register your service on your behalf or alternatively review your application before submission.

You will also need suitable premises that meet the CQC's standards for care homes. The premises must be safe, clean, and provide a comfortable environment for residents. We can assist with sourcing properties, funding and operational set-up taking care of all aspects for you. You will need to have policies and procedures in place to ensure that your care home is operated safely and effectively.

Ensuring that you have sufficient and qualified staff to provide care to the residents is a real struggle within the industry as there is a distinct lack of qualified care staff available. The CQC requires a minimum staff to resident ratio, and you will need to ensure that staff are properly trained and have undergone necessary checks such as DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checks. We partner with a number of care recruitment specialists that can provide all levels of staff.

Opening a care home can be a complex and challenging process, and it is important to seek professional advice and support to ensure that you meet all the necessary requirements.

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