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MiDoS For Care

Access the MiDoS for Care Hub Here

MiDoS for Care has been designed as an online information hub for registered Adult Social Care services in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.

It provides access to a wide range of supportive information, which includes elements of the NHS directory of services (DoS), links to various community teams and a wide range of guidance and information from a variety of sources.

The platform itself is a collaboration between the Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Integrated Care Board, Staffordshire County Council and Stoke-on-Trent City Council.

Who can access the platform? 

The platform is available to all registered care homes, home care services and supported living providers in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.


How is the platform accessed? 

The platform is web based (MiDoS for Care) and is accessible through devices such as laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.

Each care service who requests access is provided with a username and password. These details can be shared within the care service and users can concurrently access the platform with the same details.


What type of content can I expect to see on the platform? 

There is a wide range of guidance, information and contact details available through the platform.

  • Digital
    NHSmail, data Security protection toolkit, data protection and security, digital social care records, digital skills, information governance.

  • Reporting
    Safeguarding, serious incidents, LeDeR, CQC, quality assurance forms, information breaches, modern slavery, RIDDOR, drug incidents.

  • Safeguarding
    Referrals, mental capacity, DoLS, herbert protocol, types of abuse, monitoring framework, modern slavery, guides.

  • Health
    Acute care at home, hospitals, GPs, opticians, pharmacies, dentistry, health conditions, health procedures, role overview, MDTs, learning disability.

  • General Care Guidance
    Palliative and end of life care, falls prevention, infection prevention and control, medication, mental health and wellbeing, dementia, learning disability, nutrition and hydration, occupational therapy, mouth care, pelvic health and continence care, foot care, tissue viability, diabetes and district nursing.

  • Supporting People with Care Needs
    Care planning, risk assessments, capacity assessment, communication, equality and sepsis, health and safety, consent, equality and diversity, activities and exercises, equipment, culturally appropriate care.

  • Supporting Staff and the Service
    Training, recruitment, menopause, wellbeing, health and safety, surveillance, climate change, weather, business continuity, leadership, ICT skills, fire safety, physical environment and devices, workplace risk assessments, energy efficiency nursing.

  • Care Reviews, Brokerage and Contracts
    Requesting reviews, duty teams, CHC, brokerage teams, contract teams, care brokerage platforms, commissioning.

  • Systems, Tools and Newsletters
    Capacity tracker, care brokerage platforms, NHS mail, assessment tools, example best practice documents, newsletters.

  • Support Services
    Staff psychological wellbeing hub, wellbeing and recovery college, fire service, advocacy services, healthwatch, chambers of commerce, care market development team, quality assurance team, emergency duty service, complaints, resilience and response, incident management.

  • Care Quality Commission
    Provider portal, inspections, regulations, learning from safety incidents, events, news, newsletter.

  • Training and Events
    Commissioned training and facilitated events that are accessible to adult social care providers.


What do users of MiDoS say about it? 

We would greatly appreciate your feedback back on the platform and below is what people are already saying.

Amy Duffy, Senior Commissioning Manager, Staffordshire County Council 

“MiDoS is a one-stop shop to support providers – it includes IAG, support and training; it’s really easy to navigate and you can be confident it is trustworthy and up to date.” 


Shirley Way,  Skills for Care 

“Anything that saves care providers vital time and makes available up to date information, advice and guidance is very welcome in the care sector. MiDoS certainly offers this in one easily accessible format, enabling them to gain relevant knowledge from a broad range of sources and supports the delivery of quality services.”


Tinga Umera, Managing Director, Nexus Care Services 

“Very useful tool for Care Managers and decision makers, having all the tools to support decision making makes all the difference in the provision of person-centred care.”


Suzanne Morris, Service Manager Provider Services South, Hawthorn House and Horninglow Bungalows 

 “I have used MIDOS for CARE for useful forms and materials which I use in care planning – particularly around PBS plans for the people we support.”


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