When buying a digital care planning system you will most likely have high expectations that the system is going to help you increase efficiency and provide better care for your residents. After all, that is why you bought the system. However, these results will not magically appear once you make the transaction to the supplier of the care planning system.
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It can be a difficult task to establish and implement the best possible care plan for each resident. The most important thing to remember when creating the care plan is to bear in mind why a care plan is needed in the first place. Ideally, the resident will be at the heart of every care task making sure that the care plan is as personalised as possible.
Yiehaa! Sekoia has been nominated a pioneering technology that has enabled the care industry to provide better and more efficient care to those who need it. We'll use the recognition to build even more data in to the solution and provide a better support for care delivery.
As part of a provider management team within adult social care, you are faced with a lot of complex issues and questions. From use of resource and recruitment to optimisation. Basically, how do we create the best care service from the resources at our disposal? It is a difficult question with no fixed answers. In this article, we look at how current workflows within Residential, Nursing and LD can be supported by new digital prerequisites.
A collaboration between digital care planning supplier Sekoia and business connectivity giant Sky is supporting the ongoing ”paperless” movement within social adult care.
Time is of the essence. A sentence that epitomises the care sector. There is never enough time and on top of that rigorous requirements for evidencing care chew up much of the little time that is left. That makes the little time that remain for care that much more precious – both to the staff and service-users.
Residents at Aden Court care home in Huddersfield have been sharing their favourite poems during a monthly poetry society meeting. And if the guys in Huddersfield can do it, so can you.
Presenting the "Dignity in care" award at the Great British Care Awards, lead to thinking about Dignity do's. The National Dignity Council and their Dignity in Care campaign has put together some fine guidelines.