Wed, 26 Apr|
End of Life & Epilepsy Awareness Training
End of Life care looks at special needs when dealing with service users at the end of their life. The course covers the core principles of end of life care and many other subjects
Time & Location
26 Apr, 09:00 – 17:00 BST
Grays, Essex, 79-83 London Rd, Grays RM17 5YF, UK
This course is important for:
- Care workers
- Locum workers
The common core principles: -
1. Care and support are planned and delivered in a person-centred way, with the person’s priorities, including spiritual, emotional and cultural needs, guiding all decisions and actions.
2. Communication is straightforward, appropriate and timely, and is delivered sensitively, taking account of the circumstances, needs and abilities of the person and their carers.
3. End of life care is provided through integrated working, with practitioners collaborating to ensure seamless care and support at the point of delivery. Needs are met in ways that are appropriate to the person, rather than being service-led. Workers maintain ongoing communication so that care and support is properly co-ordinated and responsive to changing circumstances and priorities
4. Good, clear and straightforward information is provided to the person and their carers
5.The needs and rights of carers are recognised and acted upon. Carers are offered support both while caring and during bereavement.