Book your virtual training session:
1- RESTORE2TMmini is for non-registered care staff and paid support staff who are not expected to perform observations, and covers “soft signs” of deterioration and structured communication. This training is particularly suitable for non-medical care settings, such as residential homes and supported living, as well as for domiciliary care providers. Book here
2- RESTORE2TM Full includes training on taking physical observations, including using pulse oximeters, and calculating the NEWS2 (national early warning score) and is suitable for all non-registered care staff, as well as being a refresher or upskilling for registered staff. It builds on the learning from the RESTORE2TMmini session. Book here
3- The train-the-trainer session will give those who have responsibility for training and supporting others the skills and confidence to deliver RESTORE2TM full and mini sessions. Book here
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.
Read a case study of how attending our RESTORE2 training helped a Silva Care employee spot the signs of deterioration in a care home resident.
During the COVID-19 pandemic we recognise that you and your team (whether you’re in a nursing or residential home or providing domiciliary care) are working harder than ever, to manage and protect the health and wellbeing of residents in your home.
We have put together some resources (below) covering training on spotting deterioration, key safety messages, and supporting anticipatory care planning discussions.
To stay updated you may want to access current NHS guidance. Other useful resources include:
- British Geriatrics Society guidance on managing the COVID-19 pandemic in care homes.
- Quality assured resources for care providers are available from the local resource library.
- A COVID-19 guide for carers and family supporting adults and children with learning disabilities or autistic adults and children, from The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE).