Social Care Commitment
The Social Care Commitment is an agreement about workforce quality between all parts of adult social care in England.
The Social Care Commitment's primary purpose is to ensure public confidence and that people who need care and support services will always be supported by skilled people who treat them with dignity and respect.
Those working in adult social care are publicly declaring their commitment to improving quality of care and support services by signing up to a series of statements.
Why Sign up to the Social Care Commitment?
It is made up of seven commitments, with seven associated tasks. Each commitment will focus on the minimum standards required when working in care. The commitment aims to increase public confidence in the care sector and raise workforce quality in adult social care.
When you sign up, you'll get access to your own work area which will guide you through each commitment and task. And if you get stuck, there is a 'Help and support' section on the Social Care Commitment website The Social Care Commitment
ACT can support you with the completion of The Social Care Commitment. Please contact us for more information.