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The Regulation of Care (Social Service Workers) (Scotland) Amendment Order 2007

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3.  In article 1(2) (interpretation)–

(a)after the definition of “manager of a day care of children service” insert–

“practitioner in a care home service for adults” means a person (not being a manager of, or supervisor in, a care home service for adults) who is employed in the provision of a care home service for adults and whose normal duties include caring for and supporting adults and responsibility for co ordinating the implementation of planned programmes of care;; and

(b)at the end of the definition of “residential child care worker” omit “and” and, after that definition, insert–

“supervisor in a care home service for adults” means a person (not being a manager of a care home service for adults) who is employed in the provision of a care home service for adults and whose normal duties include supervising staff employed in such provision and monitoring the implementation of planned programmes of care;

“support worker in a care home service for adults” means a person (other than a manager of, or practitioner or supervisor in, a care home service for adults) who is employed in the provision of a care home service for adults and whose normal duties include caring for and supporting adults; and.

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