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Registered persons with temporary conditions

Social Care Wales can ask a panel to put interim conditions on a registered person’s practice. We will only do this if we consider it necessary to protect the public, otherwise in the public interest or in the registered person’s interests. A registered person can attend a hearing to speak to a panel considering whether to impose an interim order on them.

These temporary conditions are called interim conditional registration orders.

A registered person can still work in a role for which registration with Social Care Wales is required.

Interim conditional registration orders cannot be imposed by Social Care Wales for more than 18 months. However, Social Care Wales can apply to the Care Standards Tribunal for an extension of the order beyond 18 months where required. Interim orders must be reviewed regularly, with the registered person invited to participate in any review hearing.