‘Inspection has difficulty keep up with the number of care institutions for young people’
The inspectorate for youth care has increasingly more trouble with the check of the growing number of logeerhuizen, family homes, and care farms.
That Trouw. In 2014 had the inspection yet to make with 120 large institutions, but now it goes to some 3,000 institutions.
For the private supply of health care is no compulsory registration, which the inspectorate does not know exactly how many small operators there are. If they are logged in, you will get settings to an extensive questionnaire sent to you. If the inspection is necessary, followed by a visit.
In the past few months were 26 providers visited, of which there are six do not meet major requirements had been met. So could not all practitioners are well qualified to assess which specialist care a child needed.
According to senior inspector Hans Hunters should be in settings at least one college-educated professional work that is registered with the foundation means youth. “There must be someone in the house that risky situations can be evaluated.”