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CSCI

CSCI

(Computer Software Configuration Item) A group of software treated as a single entity by a configuration management (CM) system. See configuration management.
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The Commission for Social Care Inspection measures the quality of the experience for residents.
The Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI) is looking into "a number of issues" relating to Grove Lodge in Marton Road and Ormesby Grange Care Home in Ormesby Road.
The Commission for Social Care Inspection found more councils are imposing vulnerability tests to deny help to those who are not critical.
The figures, gathered by the Government care watchdog, the Commission for Social Care Inspection, showed that at the beginning of this year, 47% of social services departments were providing home help to those with moderate needs.
At least 12 members of staff have since walked out of their jobs and The Commission for Social Care Inspection has been informed.
Yesterday, the Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI) said it found several failings in homes.
It comes after the county was given a poor report for its care of elderly people from the the Commission for Social Care Inspection.
The independent Commission for Social Care Inspection measures performance based on a number of subjects, including achieving positive outcomes for users, leadership, commissioning work and use of resources.
The Walsall-based Working Together Specialist Care Agency had its registration cancelled after the Commission for Social Care Inspection applied for an urgent order from Birmingham Magistrates' Court.
The home has been awarded three stars for excellence from the Commission for Social Care Inspection and is one of the first care homes in the UK to feature the latest green technology.
The Commission for Social Care Inspection gave Kirklees three stars for its adult care service.
So-called "self-funders" - those who do not qualify for council support - are being left "scrabbling around" for information at often the most vulnerable time of their lives, according to the Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI).

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