I was a occasional poster until the DM thing and was scared off, as even though I was careful not to comprimise any of my clients data, it made me think twice about discussing anything related to the type of work I do.
I have name changed for this just incase too.
Anyway on with the post...
A new regulatory body came into operation in April of this year, the Care quality commision and I have a few worries about them and what their purpose is for. Looking at their website on the face of it they look as if they are there to ensure a good level of service in health and social care.
What is worrying me is that I now have to fill out a form detailing what my mileage claim was for and what "targets" were met by the client. Also have to return to my employer the forms which I detail what the client has done when being supported. These forms are then "monitored" by the CQC.
The only thing I can think they need these things for is see where any cut-backs can be made?