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Caring Hands

Shanice Cox

Steven Dampier

on 1 December 2015

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Transcript of Caring Hands

Caring Hands
Working in partnership with adults using services, families and informal carers
Caring hands work together with other organizations and agency's to try and meet the needs of the individual the best they can. They do this by having group meetings with them to keep each other up to date and if there is anything that needs to be done then they will all work together to try and get it done. They also send emails together and make phone calls to keep up to date with any little things that need to be shared so that there are no secrets. We work along with families, social workers and carers.
Decision making processes and forums
Caring hands use a care plan to note down what you are doing with the service users it could be that you take a service user out for the day and also have to give medication so everything will need go down on a care plan telling you exactly what you done with that service user, what they have had to eat while out with you and a MAR chart will need to be filled in if any medication has been given to them.
What we specialise in...
Caring hands specialise in working with disabled people making sure they still have the best life possible.

My organisation tries to meet the indivduals needs by:

Partnership Working
Muli-agency Working
Working in partnership wih adults using sevices, families and informal carers
Decision making processes and forums
Staff training and induction
Role of care quality commission.
Partnership Working
Multi-agency Working
Caring hands work along side with other professionals to try and met the needs of the indivduals the best they can.
An example of our organisaion working with other professionals is if the indivdual needs medication regualar that we are not allowed to give we would work with other nurses that are trained to give the right medication to them and if they need physio to help them start to walking again we will work along side with a local physiotherapist.
Caring hands work with other people to try and give the best care to everyone they work with. they do his by making sure they communicate with others so everyone knows what is going on and their is not going to be any secrets. We also work together by having meetings with each other and keeping records so that we can share our notes together.
Staff training and Induction
Before you get employed for a job it is important that you have training so you know exactly how to do the job probably. The training we do for Caring hands is a 3 day training course from 9am till 5pm that will give you as much information and training as you will need. Also during the time you have your job you will also be expected to come out for work for a whole day or two to take part in another training course which could be a first aid course for an example.
Role of Care Quality Commission.
The care quality commission make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve.
They monitor, inspect and regulate services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and we publish what we find, including performance ratings to help people choose care.
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