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Social Regulatory Standards for Residential Services for Children in Alternative Care

CLOSED CONSULTATION  

  
Mur għall-verżjoni bil-Malti

From: Ministry for the Family, Children's Rights and Social Solidarity
(Social Care Standards Authority)
Published: 11 July 2019
Running till: 12 August 2019
​Last Updated: ​13 August 2019
We are analysing your feedback.

Please visit this page again to download the outcome report with reference to this Public Consultation.

Original Consultation​


1.        Background

The Social Regulatory Standards for Residential Services for Children in Alternative Care set by the Social Care Standards Authority (SCSA) will ensure that the service provider will provide a higher quality service that will meet and exceeds the needs and aspirations of persons with an adiction problem. Each Standard is augmented by a number of quality indicators and the quality indicators address the service provider. These Social Regulatory Standards will be regularly reviewed by SCSA with all stakeholders to ensure that they remain valid and up to date.


2.        Consultation Questions
  • What is your feedback on the Social Regulatory Standards for Residential Services for Children in Alternative Care?
  • Do you have other suggestions?
     
     
4.        Submission of input

Submissions were sent in through the following channels:
By email:     feedback.scsa@gov.mt
By post:       469, Bugeia Institute,
                   St Joseph High Road,
                   Sta Venera
By phone:   2549 4444​

Submissions were received by 12 August 2019                            
We thank you for your input.

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