Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales decide who can provide social care services.
CSSIW has changed the way we collect service data and self assessment of service information. We have introduced one single date in the year – a census date – for providers to complete the information relating to their service provision.
From 1 May 2013 CSSIW are asking registered persons of adult care homes to provide written notification of all DoLS authorisation requests.
Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW) has published two reports about supporting and protecting vulnerable people in Wales.
We ran an exercise from 2 November 2012 to 1 February 2013 to gather feedback on proposals to phase out the use of categories.
Managers of domiciliary care agencies have to register with the Care Council for Wales from 28 February.
This is information for schools and early years, childcare and Flying Start settings that procure food direct with suppliers
Children and Young People who sexually offend: Missed opportunities to prevent reoffending
The opportunity to feedback on proposals to phase out the use of categories ended on 1 Feb 2013.
It is important that the views of people who use social care services and their families are heard and put at the centre of social care and social services in Wales.
Imelda Richardson, Chief Inspector, Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW has today published the third inspection report in two years on children's social services in Neath Port Talbot.
Care and Social Services Inspectorate (CSSIW)'s Chief Inspector, Imelda Richardson has today, 20 February, published her Annual Report 2010 - 2011.
Protection for People with Mental Incapacity
The second annual report of the UK’s National Preventive Mechanism (NPM) is published today, giving an overview of the state of detention in prisons, police custody, children’s secure accommodation, immigration, military and mental health detention.
Good support for vulnerable pupils in Wales but further action is needed to safeguard pupils and staff
Good practice guides look at the little things that make a big difference.
Health and Social Care need to work better together to improve services for Older People in Wales.
The treatment of children and young people in police custody must focus more on safeguarding their welfare.
CSSIW publishes Strategic Plan
Agencies in Pembrokeshire have not always worked effectively to protect children from abuse by professionals, and improvements are needed, a joint inspectorate report published today has found.
This month, the four main inspection, audit and regulatory bodies in Wales, Estyn, CSSIW, HIW and the WAO, launch www.inspectwales.com which provides information on the impact and nature of their work.
Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs) are not demonstrating effectively how they are improving outcomes for children and young people in Wales.
CSSIW/Estyn Joint Report Published Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales and Estyn Her Majesty's Inspectorate for Education and Training in Wales have today 11 August 2011 published a joint report entitled Joint investigation into the handling and management of allegations of professional ...
CSSIW publishes engagement strategy
Report on Protecting Vulnerable Adults in Wales published