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24 hour on going care

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Steven Dampier

on 1 December 2015

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Transcript of 24 hour on going care

type of people working with my organisation
with 24 hour on going care there are many types of people that i would want in oderder for everyones care to be accurate. these types of people will be famil and friends; staff members, gps and also the hospitals.
by hawa burgura
6 key features that work well in my organisation
1. partnership working
2. multi-partnership working
3.Working in partnership with adults using services, families and informal carers
4.Decision making process and forums
5.Staff training and induction
6.Role of quality commission
partnership working
The Trust has clear responsibilities towards carers, family members and friends of people using our services. We have obligations in law to enable carers to access assessments and resources in their own right. We have obligations to ensure the safety and wellbeing of family members particularly those living with people using our services, especially children and vulnerable adults. We work within clinical protocols which make clear the importance of working well with families and social systems to achieve best outcomes.
for example;
when an fargile patient needs medical assistance on what types of signs to look for when they have been abused throughout the placement. That particular staff member might not know what type of signes to look for but another staff from a different organisation might know a whole lot about it.
multi-agency working
Working in collaboration is essential if individuals are to be offered the range of support they require it. Multi-agency working is about providing a better response to individuals with multiple and complex needs. You will need to be clear about your role and responsibilities, and understand the different structures and governance of colleagues from other sectors, including the private and voluntary sectors, micro and direct employers, and service user led organisations Working across these boundaries is critical to planning and providing appropriate support.

24 hour on going care
With my care agency we work all day and night 7 days a week to makesure that everything for the old and fragile adults are look after properly and make sure that everything that they need are brought to them with care.
Working in partnership with adults using services, families and informal carers

for example:
Decision making process and forums
for example;

Staff training and induction

for example;
Role of quality commission
for example;
for example;
a nurse working in local authority A is told by a patient, who lives in local authority B, that a relative, who lives in local authority C, is stealing money from her wallet. In the past, the nurse would have probably felt powerless to be able to do anything. Now, with a common set of principles, staff from a variety of organisations can work together more effectively to safeguard people at risk.
Shared decision making is a collaborative process that allows patients and their providers to make health care decisions together, taking into account the best scientific evidence available, as well as the patient’s values and preferences. In today’s health service there is an expectation that clinicians will work together with their patients to help them make choices about treatments, lifestyle, surgery and diagnostic tests. Patients and the public want to be involved more than they have ever been, and there is a strong desire for information and support to make decisions about their health and wellbeing
Throughout my organisation for 24 hour on going work we make sure that everyone who works for us have the correct training in order for all of the staff members to know what to do in certain situations. This may include first aid.
Duty of Care
Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice
Understand the support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care
Deal with Comments and complaints
Deal with Incidents, errors and near misses
Deal with confrontation and difficult situations

the staff members could take the old and fragile adults to do a fun activity but before takeing them out, the staff members will need to ask the family members if they can have permission.
This means that staff members from the qulity commision office comes around different health and social care setting. they will be checking to make sure that every things is safe and secure. this also means that the quality commision staff members will ask family and friends question to make sure that everything is running smootlhy .
A family member could say that the elderly ady has had bruises on her for a couple of weeks. once the familiy member has said this they quality commision staff members will start interviewing everyon.
if someone is acting out they could ask the family members to see if anything has happened at home. if anything has then they can see how they can protect the issue.
This is when all of the family and friends work together to make sure that everyone in the setting is procected.they could also work with social works so they know that there is no abuse or neglect happening through the care system.
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