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A registered person can have temporary conditions put on their registration if necessary for the protection of the public, is in the interest of the public or is in the interest of the registered person.

These temporary conditions are called interim conditional registration orders.

A registered person can carry on working in their registered role while a condition is in place. Interim conditional registration orders cannot be for more than 18 months, they will be reviewed on a regular basis while the investigation is carried out.

List appears in alphabetical order.

Name:
Jonathan Evans
Registration number:
W/5006796
Employer:
Previously Genus Care Ltd.
Part of the Register:
Part 2
Conditions in place from:
26/03/2019
Conditions in place until:
25/09/2020

Conditions in place

You must ensure that your employer is aware of the following conditions and you provide a copy of the notice of decision letter to:

1.1 any organisation or person employing or contracting with you to undertake social care work;

1.2 any social care agency you are registered with or apply to be registered with (at the time of application); and

1.3 any prospective social care employer (at the time of your application).

2. You must inform Social Care Wales in writing of any change in your employment for which registration with Social Care Wales is required during the period of this order and as soon as a change occurs.

3. You shall attend fortnightly supervision sessions with your line manager and shall provide to Social Care Wales written reports on a fortnightly basis from your line manager to show that you are adhering to the Code of Professional Practice for Social Care and how you interact with colleagues and individuals who use services. In the event that you change role within the Children’s Home in which you currently work or you move to work in another Children’s Home, this supervision must be undertaken on a weekly basis and written reports must be sent to Social Care Wales each week.

4. You must inform Social Care Wales of any disciplinary proceedings taken against you by your employer.

5. You must not work on any shift unless a senior member of staff is present on duty.

Name:
David Owen Jones
Registration number:
W/2061711
Employer:
Previously Caerphilly County Borough Council
Part of the Register:
Part 1
Conditions in place from:
01/02/2019
Conditions in place until:
31/07/2020

Conditions in place

There were 3 conditions placed on Mr Jones' registration listed below;

  1. in relation to any role for which your registration with Social Care Wales is required, you must inform any prospective employer of Social Care Wales’s investigation before accepting employment;
  2. you must not accept employment unless your employer agrees to provide formal supervision by way of a full case-load review at least every four weeks;
  3. you must notify Social Care Wales of any employment for which Social Care Wales registration is required in order that Social Care Wales is able to check compliance with the requirement for monthly supervision.

Name:
Melanie Swindley
Registration number:
W/2094284
Employer:
Adult care home in Neath
Part of the Register:
Part 2
Conditions in place from:
28/01/2020
Conditions in place until:
27/07/2021

Conditions in place

1. Ms Swindley must attend monthly, one-to-one stress counselling sessions with an accredited stress counsellor (at her and/or the care home’s expense) with the need for this condition to be reviewed 6 months from today’s date.

2. Ms Swindley must provide the name and accreditation of the stress counsellor to Social Care Wales.

3. Ms Swindley must inform the following individuals/organisations that she has conditions imposed on her registration and disclose the conditions to them;

(a) Any organisation or person employing, contracting with, or using her to undertake care work;

(b) Any care agency she is registered with or may apply to be registered with (at the time of application)

(c) Any prospective care employer (at the time of application).

4. Ms Swindley must inform Social Care Wales within 5 working days of accepting any care appointment (whether paid or unpaid) which requires registration with Social Care Wales and provide Social Care Wales with contact details of the new employer, the job title of the role she has accepted, and the address of her new place of work.

5. Ms Swindley must provide to Social Care Wales (via the counsellor) on a monthly basis written confirmation that she attended her last counselling session and the date on which this took place.

6. In the event that Ms Swindley is unable to attend any meeting specified in condition (1) above, she must provide an explanation for her absence to Social Care Wales as soon as practicable.

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