Regulation of Care (Fees) (Jersey) Order 2018

Made                                                                   20th December 2018

Coming into force                                                     1st January 2019

THE CHIEF MINISTER, in pursuance of Article 41 of the Regulation of Care (Jersey) Law 2014[1], orders as follows –

1        Fees for application for registration as provider or manager

The Table in this Article sets out the fees payable for each application for registration as provider or manager in respect of a regulated activity.

 

Regulated activity

Fee for provider

Fee for each manager

Care home service

£1,500 in respect of each premises at which the service is carried on

£260

Home care service provided by an individual directly employed by the care receiver

£50

£0

Any other home care service

£750

£260

Adult day care service

£1,100 in respect of each premises at which the service is carried on

£260

2        Annual fees

(1)     The Table in this Article sets out the annual fees payable for each regulated activity by the categories of providers undertaking the activity.

 

Regulated activity

Category of provider

Annual fee

Care home service

Small charity care home

£0

Care home service

Providers other than small charity care homes

£160 for each bed available to a care receiver that is permitted by the conditions of registration

Home care service

Individual directly employed by the care receiver

£0 for the year in which the individual is first registered then £50 for each subsequent year

Home care service

Small provider

£600

Home care service

Medium provider

£1,100

Home care service

Medium plus provider

£2,200

Home care service

Large provider

£4,200

Adult day care service

All providers

£80 for each care receiver place that is permitted by the conditions of registration

(2)     However, if a provider is registered after 31st March in any year the fee payable is as follows –

(a)     where the application is received between 1st April and 30th June, 75% of the fee otherwise payable but for this paragraph;

(b)     where the application is received between 1st July and 30th September, 50% of the fee otherwise payable but for this paragraph; and

(c)     where the application is received between 1st October and 31st December, 25% of the fee otherwise payable but for this paragraph.

(3)     Despite paragraph (1) if a provider was registered under the 1978 Law or the 1994 Law and has not cancelled that registration by 1st February 2019, an annual fee is payable for 2019 that is 50% of the fee that would have been payable under the 1978 Law or the 1994 Law (as the case may be) had that registration continued plus 50% of the fee otherwise payable under paragraph (1).

(4)     In this Article –

“small charity care home” means a provider –

(a)     that is a registered charity within the meaning of Article 1 of the Charities (Jersey) Law 2014[2];

(b)     that has no more than 10 beds in total available for use as part of the care home service;

(c)     whose sole activity is the provision of that service;

(d)     that charges fees to its care receivers that are no more than the fees that would be charged for long-term care services under the Long-Term Care (Health and Social Services Charges) (Jersey) Law 2014[3] for each such care receiver;

(e)     that does not charge its care receivers for any supplementary or top-up services; and

(f)      that does not hold any contract for services with, nor receives any form of grant or aid from, any administration of the States of Jersey;

“small provider” means a home care service that provides an aggregate amount of care to all its care receivers of no more than 112 hours in any week;

“medium provider” means a home care service that provides an aggregate amount of care to all its care receivers of more than 112 hours but not more than 600 hours in any week;

“medium plus provider” means a home care service that provides an aggregate amount of care to all its care receivers of more than 600 hours but not more than 2,250 hours in any week;

“large provider” means a home care service that provides an aggregate amount of care to all its care receivers home care of more than 2,250 hours in any week.

(5)     Words and phrases used in this Article that are defined in Article 1 of the Regulation of Care (Transitional and Transfer) (Jersey) Regulations 2018[4] have the same respective meanings as in that Article.

3        Other fees payable

The Table in this Article sets out the other fees payable under the Regulation of Care (Jersey) Law 2014.

 

Type of fee

Provision of Law

Amount of fee

For a copy of each entry in the register of persons registered under the Law

Article 8(3)(b)

£10

For the issue of a replacement certificate to a registered provider

Article 8(7)

£10

Surcharge for non-payment of annual fee by specified date (31st January)

Article 9(2)

If paid before 1st August - £300

If paid on or after 1st August – £600

For application to vary a condition

Article 17(4)

£30

4        Citation and commencement

This Order may be cited as the Regulation of Care (Fees) (Jersey) Order 2018 and comes into force on 1st January 2019.

Senator J.A.N. Le Fondré

Chief Minister

 

 


 



[1]                                    chapter 20.820

[2]                                    chapter 15.070

[3]                                    chapter 20.570

[4]                                    R&O.121/2018


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