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Sphere Care Solutions is a leading provider of consultation and management services within the healthcare sector. With over 14 years of experience in the industry, the company has a proven track record of helping healthcare organisations achieve their goals and improve clients and stakeholders outcomes.

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When you love what you do, it becomes easier to stay motivated, work hard, and innovate. It can also help you to overcome challenges and setbacks because you believe in what you're doing. Ultimately, businesses that are fueled by passion and a sense of purpose are more likely to thrive and flourish in the long run.

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What is the Mental Capacity Act?

The Mental Capacity Act is a law in England and Wales that sets out how decisions should be made for individuals who lack the mental capacity to make their own decisions. It provides a framework for assessing capacity, making decisions, and protecting the rights of individuals who lack capacity.

What is direct payments?

Direct payments are payments made by a local authority to an individual or their representative, to enable them to arrange and pay for their own care and support services. This gives the individual more control over their care and support, and allows them to choose the services that best meet their needs.

What is a safeguarding alert?

A safeguarding alert is a notification made to the local authority when there is a concern that an adult or child is at risk of harm or abuse. This triggers a process of investigation and assessment, to determine whether action needs to be taken to protect the individual from harm.


Our Expert and Professional Advice – Healthcare providers

  1. Focus on prevention: It is always better to prevent a problem from happening than to try to fix it after it has occurred. Invest in early intervention services to identify and address problems before they escalate.
  2. Listen to children and families: Children and families know their own needs and strengths better than anyone else. Listen to them and involve them in the planning and delivery of services.
  3. Work in partnership: Collaborate with other agencies, such as health and education, to ensure that children and families receive the best possible support.
  4. Use evidence-based practice: Ensure that services are based on the best available evidence and are regularly evaluated to ensure they are effective.
  5. Ensure workforce development: Invest in the development of the workforce to ensure that they have the skills and knowledge needed to deliver high-quality services.
  6. Ensure that services are accessible and inclusive: Ensure that services are accessible to all children and families, including those from minority ethnic communities, disabled children, and those with additional needs.
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