Person centred care as a priority in services

Person centred care as a priority in services

Defining your role as the registered manager in embedding person-centred and outcome-based practice in your service.

Resources for Person centred care as a priority in services

Caring for people at the end of life

Provider: Care Management Matters

June 6, 2023

This episode of CMM OFF THE PAGE explores how to achieve excellence in end of life care and discusses the importance of choice for people living in a care setting at the end of their life. Podcast co-host Nadra Ahmed CBE, Executive Chairman at The National Care Association, highlights how care homes should consider cultural needs and Paula Plaskow, End of Life and Palliative Care Lead at Jewish Care, recalls how the organisation has gone above and beyond to create lasting memories for families and for people at the end of life. Podcast speaker Claire Towns, Chief Executive of Mary Stevens Hospice, shares strategies on how to support the workforce when dealing with a bereavement and Claire Henry MBE, a consultant in end of life care, offers her recommended resources and training to help providers with their continued professional development.

Dementia – Assessing Needs

Provider: Brighton & Hove City Council Learning Zone

For Brighton & Hove care staff

This course is for social workers, care managers and occupational therapists who assess the needs of people living with dementia and their carers. To take this course, you must have experience and understanding of dementia and/or have attended the Dementia Basic awareness course. 

Register for this course via Brighton & Hove City Council Learning Zone

Medicines optimisation for care homes (MOCH)

Could you or your care home team benefit from training on ‘self care and homely remedies’? This free online training is for care home staff who manage and administer medication.

The session will cover:

  • self-care medications
  • homely remedy medications
  • personal care medications/items

Participants will be given resources which can be adapted to suit the individual needs of their care home.

The training is being offered by the Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust Medicines Optimisation in Care Homes (MOCH) team.

It takes place on the first Tuesday of the month, starting at 2:30pm, running from July through to December, and you don’t need to book in advance. 

Join the meeting

Priorities for care of the dying person: learning path for social care managers

Provider: ELFH

Description: One Chance to Get It Right’ (The Leadership Alliance for the Care of Dying People (June 2014) set out the approach to caring for dying people in the last few days and hours of life identifying five Priorities for Care.

This learning path identifies core and additional recommended e-learning sessions for managers in social care to enhance the quality of care for patients in the last days of life and support for their families. We have defined sessions which contain core content to support what managers in social care need to know and do to provide good care for people who are dying. The sessions that the individual manager needs to complete depends on how competent they are already with this area of practice.

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