Care In Minds Privacy Notice
Care in Mind Candidate Privacy Notice Introduction Through our candidate application and recruitment process Care in Mind will collect, process and store personal information about you. Candidate data is processed for four main purposes which are; (a) application, (b) assessment and (c) pre-employment screening, and (d) worker permissions. This document explains why we collect your personal information, what information we collect and how it is processed. In this Privacy Notice the term “processing” covers all activities involving your personal information, including collecting, handling, storing, sharing, accessing, using, transferring and disposing of the information. 1) Why do we collect your personal information? To manage your application, we will process certain personal information about you. The purposes for this are set out below. We only process your information which is necessary for the purposes of progressing your application or which is required by law or any regulatory requirements. There are rules set out by Article 6 (general data) and Article 9 (for special data) that we comply with for the strict purpose of the data we collect, use and store. Not all of the purposes set out below will apply to you. Application: CV, application form,name, address, employment history, academic and […]
Restraint Reduction Network
Care in Mind has recently taken the pledge, with the Restraint Reduction Network, to work towards creating restraint-free environments for young people in our care. What is it that the Restraint Reduction Network do? Their mission is to be clear and transparent when it comes to their commitment to all the people that use, work and are involved in their services. They want all their staff to work together effectively to make sure that the use of coercive and restricted practice is minimised, and the misuse and abuse of restraint is prevented altogether. They will work together with all those who have taken to pledge to build restraint free services that are built on continuous improvement and learning. Why have Care in Mind taken the pledge? “Care in Mind have always been passionate about creating services for young people with complex mental health conditions, free from restraint, we are very committed to provide a restraint free service, promoting inclusion and recovery”. Sharron Amri, Managing Director. What are the Values and Principles of the Restraint Reduction Network? The Restraint Reduction Network agree to abide by 12 common values and principles that they follow and are at the core of all of […]
Investors in People
We are very pleased to announce that Care in Mind has been awarded Investors in People recognition at our first-time assessment. Julie Burton, HR Manager, explains; “This a fantastic achievement for the company and all of the staff that work for Care in Mind. The company has grown significantly over the past two years and we have achieved some fantastic outcomes for the young people we support. This could not have been achieved without the dedication of our staff that work tirelessly to support Care in Minds aims. The IIP assessment highlighted a number of strengths for the company such as the learning we have done as we have grown and the company’s willingness to introduce changes as a result of this. It was also highlighted that our approach to staff support really set the company apart as staff confirmed that the welfare and well-being of both young people and staff were paramount. The next stages for Care in Mind are to develop this recognition further over the next few years and continue to aim to be an employer of choice in the care sector.”
Autumn Event just for our Young People
We value the opinions of all our Young People and we are always keen to develop fun events specifically for them. The next event should be held at the end of Autumn! Let us know your ideas. More details to follow.
We had a lovely day yesterday in Lyme park
We had a lovely day yesterday in Lyme park, although some were left a little sunburnt! We all met early Sunday and went for a 6-mile walk through muddy fields, up steep hills, passed deer, and around a cage before chilling out at the cafe and treating ourselves! The next ramblers walk is just being organised!! #CareinMind #Ramblersclub
Congratulations and a massive well done
Congratulations and a massive well done to all those that have completed their Qualification as part of the Care in Mind Academy! #Success #CareinMind #CareinMind Academy http://ow.ly/i/tG2K2
We did it!
We did it!! 16 staff and young people rocked up to Tesco in Macclesfield for the start of the Middlewood way. 10 miles walking to raise money for the NSPCC.
What is a Service User Coordinator?
Care in Mind has recently employed a new staff member for a completely new and unique role. I asked our Clinical Psychologist, who implemented this role, why we have them, I also asked the new staff, Maggie some questions. Carry on reading to find out more about this unique role!