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Transcript of Free Wheeling
Free wheeling is an organisation to help and support vulnerable adults who are are disabled. This could be physically, interlectually and mentally helping them feel like free individuals. This support group works with multi agencies to ensure that every individual recieves the best care possible in life.
Free Wheeling works with in partnership with many adult services such as physiotherapists and counselors. Individuals who are disabled will work with physiotherapists to rehabilitate and get back on track. For example if they have been in a wheelchair or if they have trouble walking due to aches and pains. They will also work with counselors if the individual suffers with anxiety, depression or if they have any worries about their illness then they are their to help and advise them.
Free Wheeling would work together with other agencies such as meals on wheels because if they are unable to cook or get their shopping then this agency will be able to provide for them. They will also work with other agencies such as Autistic Trust for individuals who have autism, Scope, and respite homes such as Revitalise.
Free Wheeling works together with many agencies such as physio therapists, counsellers, doctors, GP's, carers or family members, to benefit the individual. By them working together it ensures that they are recieving high quality care in any care setting. Also with them working together it allows them to share their ideas and knowledge on how to better the individuals care.
Freewheeling works in partnership with
the individuals family member, adult
services and informal carers. They work
with disabled individual and their family members because some people prefer to recieve care of people they know instead of carers from an organisation. It could also be because where they live at home it means that their familiy member are classed as their full time carers so they revieve any treatment from home.
Working in partnership with adult sevices, family members and informal carers.
Decision making processes and forums
The decision making process can be very difficult when it comes to a service user. This then means a lot of people such as care professionals would have to come together from different agencies, to make a decision about an individuals health and what care will be better for them in their condition.
Staff training and induction
When you train your professionals you are ensuring that they give the best possible care to the service users as they know what to do in any situation. By having training and inductions before the day then it allows the staff to know the service users needs and what policies and procedures the organisation wants them to follow. Also if the staff is in a difficult situation for example they have to lift or move a service users then this is when the training comes in hand because they know that they are not allowed to life them by hand and that they will have to use a hoist.
Quality care commission
The care quality commission are independent regulators of health and social care across the UK. These individuals investigate to ensure that all service users are receiving safe, high quality and effective care. If they feel that they are not receiving this type of care they will then put them in special measures therefore their care will be improved and their needs will be met else where. They do this through regular visits to the service and the users.