Care Planning: Person centred care planning within adult social  care

Care Planning: Person centred care planning within adult social care

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An interactive session for those new to care (or as a refresher) focusing on writing responsive, respectful, person centred care plans.

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Who should attend: New and existing adult social care/healthcare staff, case managers or student nurses who wish to know more about responsive, person-centred care planning in the community.

The session will cover:

• An introduction to the CQC, who are they and what do they do

• An introduction to Regulation 9: Person Centred Care (The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulation 2014 (Part 3 as amended)

• What constitutes a good care plan? (What should be included)

• Examples of poor practice in care planning/tips for inspection

• The importance of service user and families/carer collaboration in care planning

• Reflective practice exercise and discussion

The session will also include top tips for inspection success for front line staff.

Georgina runs her own Healthcare Compliance Consultancy business - ‘Inspired for Health’ providing mock regulation compliance inspections, cultural reviews and one to one support for adult social care providers. She has been working in healthcare for over 30 years giving her a wealth of practical as well as strategic knowledge and experience from the front line and beyond.

After completing her Nursing Diploma, Law Degree and Masters She supported CCG’s, Community, Foundation & Acute Trusts on a variety of topics including: CQC Compliance with Regulations, Nurse Staffing, Consent, Governance and Quality Monitoring. She currently works in Primary Care and within the independent hospital sector supporting teams with Governance and regulatory compliance.

Georgina has also worked in the NHS as a Risk Manager, Claims and Litigation Manager, Quality Programme Manager, Information Governance Manager, District Nurse and Acute Medical Nurse as well as within Nursing Home and Domiciliary Care settings. She has also gained nearly 10 years experience in healthcare quality and audit.

This will be a lively webinar, with an opportunity to ask questions and reflect on the changes as well as current practice. It will be ideal for those who may be involved in a CQC inspection and for all leads within adult social care settings.

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