RESTORE2 full virtual training for care in the community

Date(s):
October & 4 November dates available
09:30 - 11:30am

Location: Online
Organised by: West of England AHSN
Tel: n/a
Email: weahsn.transformation@nhs.net

Event summary

You want to keep your residents safe and healthy. Research has shown that spotting when someone is unwell can be particularly difficult in a care home setting, and sadly this means opportunities to help people at an early stage may be missed. Particularly now, with concerns of COVID-19, we all want to make sure that any illness or cause of deterioration is spotted quickly, so people can get the right care for them.

Who is this training for?

✅ All staff from any care setting in the community (including Nursing/Residential/Domiciliary/ day activity settings etc.) who provides support to people with any care needs for example Dementia, Older people, Learning disabilities, Mental health conditions, Autism etc.

✅ Nurses, AHPs and other healthcare professionals working in care providers

✅ Non-registered care assistants and support workers working in a care setting

✅ Care homes support teams and other support services can access the training as well.

What will I learn?

RESTORE2TM is an award-winning physical deterioration and escalation package designed specifically for residential and nursing homes. It can also be used in the domiciliary care sector.

The tool can be used to support recognition of early soft signs of deterioration, taking observations, responding and escalate using a common language with other parts of the health and care system so that you can get the help you need quicker. The tool encompasses NEWS2 (national early warning score) and SBARD (situation, background, assessment, recommendation and decision) for communicating concerns.

The training aims to either refresh your existing knowledge or upskill if this is an area of practice you are less familiar with, and ultimately to give you the confidence to manage these difficult situations.

Dates:

  • Wednesday 19 October, 9:30 – 11:30
  • Monday 24 October, 9:30 – 11:30
  • Friday 28 October, 9:30 – 11:30
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