An Overview of Delivery of your Care
A qualified person will visit you and work with you and any others you wish to be involved to assess your needs. You will carry out a social care needs assessment in order to identify the support you want and require to meet your needs. A copy of the assessment will be left in your home for reference by yourself and your assistants.
The staff member will conduct a basic risk assessment in order to ensure that any activities undertaken will be done so safely protecting the health and wellbeing of yourself and those assisting you. Should one be required the staff member will also carry out a moving and handling risk assessment in order to identify if all the required moving and handling equipment and techniques are in place in order for
us to be able to provide you with the required support. Again a copy of this will be left in your home for reference by yourself and your assistants.
Within the care plan pack there will be communication sheets upon which the assistants will record information about their visit to you including the tasks achieved, the purpose of these sheets is to provide information for assistants, relatives and other health care professionals enabling them to ensure you are receiving the assistance you require. The information left within your home remains the property of Fairway Healthcare and will be reviewed regularly, please do not allow this information to be destroyed or removed from your home. Fairway Healthcare will arrange for collection and storage of this information on a regular basis.
Your care plan and risk assessment will be formally reviewed at least once a year by a qualified person and amended to reflect any changes in your needs, however those who assist you will monitor your care plan and if at any time it is felt your needs have changed they will inform a qualified person to review the care plan.