Commission for Social Care Inspection

Commission for Social Care Inspection
= CSCI
(in England) a nondepartmental public body responsible for inspecting and reporting on social care services, including local authority social services departments and care homes. The CSCI also handles complaints about social care and inspects and registers social care facilities, including adoption agencies and children's homes.

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