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Mile pathway newsletter  – 3rd June 2024

The UK population is ageing, with over 50% of UK adults expected to be 50 and over by 2035 (Office for Health Improvement & Disparities, 2022). As a manager in health and social care you will be keenly aware of the challenges that ageing presents. However, focusing on the more positive aspects of ageing rather than its limitations can help us cultivate an enriching environment where older adults are valued, respected and encouraged to flourish.

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MILE pathway newsletter – 27th May 2024

The key topic for this week’s newsletter is Strengths-based leadership. Strengths-based leadership in health and social care focuses on identifying and leveraging the unique skills and abilities of individuals and teams to enhance service delivery and outcomes.

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MILE pathway newsletter – 20th May 2024

Welcome to another update on ‘what’s new in adult social care’ showcasing some of the key courses and resources for social care leaders. If you have any feedback or requests for future newsletter topics please send them to our project lead Juliet Smith as we would love to hear from you!

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MILE pathway newsletter – 6th May 2024

Welcome to another update on ‘what’s new in adult social care’ showcasing some of the key courses and resources for social care leaders. If you have any feedback or requests for future newsletter topics please send them to our project lead Juliet Smith as we would love to hear from you!

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MILE pathway newsletter – 29th April 2024

Effective communication between staff and the individuals they support is essential for accurately identifying needs and fostering trust in care relationships. Strong communication skills can enable care workers to tailor their approach to the preferences of those under their care, promoting dignity and autonomy.

This newsletter shares courses aimed at enhancing staff communication skills across various essential areas, with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of person-centred care provided by your service.

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MILE pathway newsletter – 22nd April 2024

Welcome to another update on ‘what’s new in adult social care’ showcasing some of the key courses and resources for social care leaders. It’s been a year since we launched MILE and we have loved working with you all. I hope you have enjoyed the website, the newsletters, and any other support we have been able to offer.

We are hoping we can continue in some form beyond April 2024 and will certainly keep in touch with all the latest development opportunities via our weekly newsletters. We would be really grateful for your feedback as it helps us to improve and lets us know that what we are doing supports you.

Please click here to access our survey if you would like to provide feedback →

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