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The Residential Family Centres (Wales) Regulations 2003

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Facilities and services

14.—(1) Subject to regulation 4(6), the registered person must provide facilities and services to residents in accordance with the statement of purpose.

(2) The registered person, must having regard to the size of the residential family centre and the number and needs of residents —

(a)provide telephone facilities which are suitable for the needs of residents, and make arrangements to enable residents to use such facilities in private;

(b)provide in rooms occupied by families adequate furniture, bedding and other furnishings, including curtains, floor coverings, and equipment;

(c)provide adequate laundry facilities for parents to wash, dry and iron clothes and linen for their families;

(d)provide sufficient and suitable cleaning materials and equipment;

(e)provide sufficient and suitable kitchen equipment, crockery, cutlery and utensils, and adequate facilities for the storage of food;

(f)provide suitable facilities for parents to prepare food for their families, and suitable dining facilities for residents;

(g)take adequate precautions against risk of accidents, including the training of persons working at the residential family centre in first aid;

(h)provide a place where the money and valuables of residents may be deposited for safe keeping; and

(i)provide adequate facilities for recreation and leisure.

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