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Walkers

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Steven Dampier

on 1 December 2015

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Organisations that would work with old and fragile people
-Families
-Staff members in care homes
-Specialists
-friends
-gp/doctors

walkers
Six key features
1.Partnership working
2.Multi-agency 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
This is when there are more than one person and organisation working together to provide the best care for that individual.

for example; when an elderly lady needs specific medication you may not know a whole lot about what they type of medication is. But other organisations may be experts at it so, if you ask them they will be able to help you. This means that you could contact the gp.

Multi-agency working
This is when other people from other organisations come together to give advice on how to provide the best quality care for the old and fragile adults. When this happens there will always be one person who is in charge of them so, if they are not happy with what one person is suggesting they can refuse the treatment.

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For example; with walkers we make sure that all organisations work together when needed, by this happening we will be able to provide the best care for each individual. For example; when an elderly lady needs an injection but the elderly lady is having an fit because she is scared of needles, the person in charge can refuse the injection and find another way she could have it.

Working in partnership with adults using services, families and informal carers
This is when all of the staff members working in a partnership with the families and friends. They also work with the social workers because on certain situation they can work together to prove that there is no abuse going on in a care setting.

In walkers we will be able to provide this in the care setting because, for example when a patient does not seem like there self we could ask question to the family and friends and other staff members so no bullying or neglect going on in the care setting.

Decision making process and forums
This is when different agencies and organisation come together to help one another with care for each individual. Everyone should be included when decision have been made so everyone voice and opinion is taken in mind. When this happens you need to make sure that all decision have got a policy to go with it in order for the process to be safe.

For example; when a old and fragile adult needs to go the toilet but physically cannot move from her bed and she is in too much pain when she does try to move. Everyone must voice their opinion to get her to the toilet safely and so, she not in too much pain.

Staff training and induction
When working in a health care setting you need to make sure that they provide you with the best training that you can get. When you get this you will know what to do in certain situation that you may never of know how to do. You will need to also know how to recognise and report abuse when needed.

For example; when a patient has been distant from everyone, will not let anyone touch him and he has also got loads of bruises on him. This is an indicator that he has been abused and you will to tell your manager.

Role of quality commission
This is just making sure that everyone is on take to provide the best possible care for everyone. The quality care commission goes around to all care setting when you are receiving care to make sure there is no abuse in any way possible. They will also speak to family, friends and staff members.

For example; a patients son could get asked a couple of question from the care commission. This is the moment when the son should tell them if you think is wrong or out of the ordinary.
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