Care Practice Essentials - Digital Book

Care Practice Essentials - Digital Book

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$99.00
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$99.00

 

AGED CARE QUALITY PRACTICE ESSENTIALS

It is our pleasure to offer you this first ever simplified quality manual designed for the aged care industry for those that don’t have formal systems or regulations to abide by.

It covers 21 topics:

  1. CARE PLAN GUIDANCE
  2. CARE PLAN
  3. CONSENT
  4. PERSONAL CARE – OVERARCHING POLICY AND PROCEDURE
  5. PERSONAL CARE – BED BATH
  6. PERSONAL CARE – SUPPORTING WITH A BATH
  7. PERSONAL CARE – MOUTH CARE
  8. PERSONAL CARE - BASIC FOOT CARE
  9. PERSONAL CARE – BASIC NAIL CARE
  10. PERSONAL CARE – HAIR WASHING
  11. MEDICATION
  12. CARE NUTRITION – PROMOTING GOOD NUTRITION FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA
  13. NUTRITION – SUPPORTING A SERVICE TO EAT AND DRINK
  14. COMMUNICATION – VISUAL IMPAIRMENT
  15. COMMUNICATION – HEARING IMPAIRMENT
  16. HEALTH AND SAFETY – FOOD PREPARATION ABD HYGIENE
  17. MANUAL HANDLING – A SERVICE USER IN BED
  18. CONFIDENTIALITY
  19. PRESSURE OLDER PREVENTION
  20. PROTECTING ADULTS AT RISK
  21. INFECTION CONTROL

It is primarily designed to assist you in providing care for the elderly whether in an aged care setting or at home to understand the basics and provide some level of guidance in providing quality and safe care to the elderly.

It is suitable for individuals & small organisations that are looking for a cost-effective way of accessing quality guidelines. It is available to any origination or individual working or residing within a Commonwealth Country.

The manual has been designed by Quality Compliance Systems UK. They provide quality systems to many thousands of providers in the UK. https://www.qcs.co.uk/ and made available to CommonAge http://www.commage.org/ and distributed by DPS Publishing. https://www.agedcareguide.com.au/providers/dps-publishing

This publication will be sent to you in digital form only as a PDF - there is no hard copy.

Disclaimer: Only for sale for Commonwealth countries, and is only intended for developing countries and so is not suitable for countries that have complex, quality legislative requirements. Eg. Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the UK.