National Care Standards Review consultation response

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Tuesday 16th September 2014

The National Care Standards were created in 2002 to help people understand what to expect from care services and help services understand the standards they should deliver. The Scottish Government is now reviewing the standards and asking for views on developing new standards that improve the quality of care and protect vulnerable people.

HIV Scotland worked with Voluntary Health Scotland to inform the response to they submitted on behalf of the voluntary health sector in Scotland to the National Care Standards Review.

Read the full response below and contact us to discuss the care standards review or raise any questions.