Failing organisations tend to have cultures in which staff are afraid to speak out, don’t feel they have a voice and are not listened to.
Involving staff is one of the best ways to drive improvement.
Read some of the real stories from our customers about the care and support our carers are providing to them from the comfort of their own homes.
We understand that asking for help can sometimes be a difficult thing to do.
The experiences of the services show that improvement in adult social care is possible.
The nine case studies highlight some clear actions that other providers can use to help them learn and improve.But here at Helping Hands, we’re here for you every step of the way, from clearly outlining all of our services and costs through to building a flexible home care plan and matching you with the right carer for your care needs, preferences and lifestyle.Call us today to find out more about how we can support you at home, either with live-in care or a visiting service.As our contribution to the celebrations of 70 years of the NHS, we have brought together stories highlighting individuals who made a significant impact on the care people receive.While it’s the NHS that’s celebrating a birthday, the people working alongside it in adult social care have also played a vital and integral role.The resource will also help you develop your understanding of the principles for managing common clinical problems in palliative care.After completing this module, you should be able to: This module will help you develop your understanding of how to provide support for people with life-limiting illnesses and their families.Four modules and four focus topics, aim to support learning about palliative care in specific populations and contexts.These resources have been developed by PCC4U Palliative Care Curriculum for Undergraduate and used for palliative care education.It is not possible to provide good care if the care staff do not understand the needs of the person being cared for.Most of the services we feature received support to help them improve – mainly from the corporate provider, if there was one, or commissioning bodies.