How do I set up a care agency?

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To set up a care agency, register your business with the Care Quality Commission. Decide what kind of care you will be providing and who you are providing it for. The Skills and Care website can provide you with training resources and assistance with opening your new facility.
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To set up a care agency, you have to First identify the market for home care within your area. Then get registration and Upon approval you will receive your state license for whatever duration you were approved for. Get right connections and networks with local hospitals, doctors offices, rehab centres. Finally, take pride in the service that you offer, always strive to make your clients happy, you will be greatly rewarded for that, as referrals are the lifeblood of your business.
To set up a care agency you first need to register with the Care Quality Commission. You can then decide if you want to set up a home-health care agency (people are treated in the privacy of their homes) or a Nursing and Domiciliary Care agency. All social workers must be registered with General Social Care Council (GSCC) and all Domiciliary Care agencies must be registered with Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI).
To set up a care agency, make all enquiries needed to the Care Quality Commission and register with it. Next, you should know that agencies supplying care workers to registered agency are not required to register. Decide if your agency will provide only practical support to people so that you do not have to register. Finally, you should know the training organisations that offers the skills for care, personnel social services, provides information about education, training and workforce development strategy for social care in Northern Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland.
To set up a care agency, identify the market for home care within your area. Get the necessary facilities. Register and get a state license for whatever duration you were approved for. Make connections and networks with local hospitals, doctors offices, and rehab centres. Lastly, start your business.
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