We know that whilst you are busy doing great work in care homes, it can be really challenging to keep up with new guidance, especially now. Often you are left to figure out on your own how to turn this into practice in your home.
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.
Various dates available
|March||4, 15, 30|
We would like to help make it easy for you. As an NHS organisation who works with both health and social care, we can offer you:
The future training will focuses on the mini version of RESTORE2: recognising “Soft Signs” of deterioration, responding to and escalating concerns through a structured communication tool (SBARD) to assist care staff “get their message across” every time in order to “get the right help”.
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.What will I learn?
Free, bite-sized training, an opportunity to ask questions and share with your peers.
You will leave with practical next steps and more confidence in supporting your residents and your team.
These sessions are aimed at homes in the West of England region. If you are from outside of the area please contact your local AHSN to access local training.
Each session is:
- 1hr with optional Q&A session afterwards
- Up-to-date with emerging guidance and good practice;
- Interactive with livestreamed learning;
- Includes short-quality assured videos made specially for the care home sector;
- Plus plenty of wrap around support to answer your questions and concerns.
- All training materials are provided and videos are freely available for you to use in your own home.
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