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    Have the guidelines on visitors coming for short stay in our home changed. My understanding is its fine as long as they are not left alone with children ?

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    Yes that's right as far as I know, risk assess, never leave alone with children. I'd also inform parents so they know the situation.

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    When my mother in law stayed after a major op 3 years ago I was told by Ofsted after enquiring that I needed to inform them. At the time there were people on the forum who were saying their visitors needed a dbs which is why I enquired. I just rang and gave her name and approx of how long she may be with us. I was sent a letter informing me that I must not leave children alone with her.
    Not sure if anything has changed since.

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    Thank you x

 

 

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