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Top 5 Tips for Bid Writing
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Top 5 tips for bid writing

For companies, tendering for new contracts can be very time-consuming. That is why many companies seek the help and guidance of expert bid writers like ourselves. For those, that want to tackle bid writing for themselves, here are our  Top 5 Tips for bid writing from our professional bid writers: Choose a contract that is...

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Dementia Services – Inclusive For All?

There are approximately 25,000 ethnic minority people – I don’t like the term BAME – with dementia and it is estimated that this number will increase 7-fold by 2051.  This figure made me think that should my parents – both Indian – require some information or support should they start displaying signs of dementia who...

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Bid Writing Tips: Case Studies and Scenarios

There has been a noticeable increase in commissioners requesting details of how bidders would respond to certain scenarios.  Although it is certainly not the case that these are more common than more standard questions, the increase in scenario-based questions points to the tender process maturing into a new phase. For example, a previously awarded contract...

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CQC – Past, Present and Future

We know that CQC is changing so it may be a good time to reflect on what CQC looked like in the past, (well 12 months ago!), now and what it may look like in the future or at least from Spring 2021.  The Past  Up to a year ago, CQC visited registered services and undertook an intensive site visit...

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – Words or Reality?

Black Lives Matter and other current international and national events have brought equality, diversity and inclusion into focus but what does this mean for health and social care organisations who are already having to deal with the pandemic? Many organisations declare that they’re ‘inclusive to all’ but what do those words translate to in the...

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New Year, New Us

New Year, New Us….some of you may know that we aren’t a new business and are entering our 7th year however you may not know who we are and what we do.  DKJ Support Services is a family-owned husband and wife business, Damian and Kiran Johnson hence the name DKJ.  We have over 20 years’ experience working in health and social care and in 2014...