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Raise a quality concern

The Quality Assurance Form is a centrally managed system of Quality Assurance for adult social care services within the borders of Staffordshire and for those Staffordshire residents who use the equivalent services outside of Staffordshire.

The form is open to everyone, whether you use a care service, are the relative of someone who uses a care service, a member of the public, a health or social care professional or work within the care sector yourself.

The system is designed to be inclusive and will help our Quality Assurance Team work more effectively with its partners both in the private, public and voluntary sectors.

Download the Quality Assurance Form (156 KB)

All Quality Assurance Forms should be returned to the QAF team.

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Date:
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