Challenging Behaviour Foundation Medication Pathway STOMP/STAMP resources
CBF are promoting the increased use of the CBF Medication Pathway by sending resources to professionals/ practitioners working with children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and family carers.
The medication pathway packs contain:
- A printed copy of the medication pathway
- A #thinkSTOMP/STAMP prompt card to use every time you have contact with a child, young person or adult with a learning disability and or autism, their family and professionals who are part of their care and support.
- A feedback form
If you would like a copies of the STOMP/STAMP resource pack please email your postal address to email@example.com.
Out of sight – who cares? CQC Restraint, segregation and seclusion review
CQC have released a new report which talks about the current state of the care system for children, young people and adults who have diverse needs that are subject to restrictive interventions, and who are cared for in a range of settings. The majority of people they saw had a learning disability or were autistic.
Read the full CQC report >
Data protection and cyber security webinars – November 2020 – Digital Social Care
A series of webinars for care providers on cyber security including: training needs, protecting systems and devices, data security policies and procedures.
Sign up for the Digital Social Care webinars >
Digital Innovation Hubs: Hubble virtual visits – November 2020 - NCF
Be inspired by technology in action at NCF’s social care innovation hubs. The Hubble Project offers you the chance to virtually visit ‘innovation hubs’ (via webinar) to learn how other care providers have introduced, used and evaluated digital technology to improve care. The hubs are based in three care settings in England and showcase a range of technologies which include, electronic care planning, eMAR, acoustic monitoring, circadian lighting, sensor technology and telecare.
Visit Digital Innovation Hubs >
Easy read guidance for contacts of people with confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection who do not live with the person
Access the guidance >
Uber Eats social care staff discount
The Care Provider Alliance (CPA) has partnered with Uber Eats to provide discounts on food deliveries for social care staff during the coronavirus outbreak. The care worker needs to have an existing Uber Eats account, and then they can just join the CPA 10% DISCOUNT profile.
More about how to get your Uber Eats social care staff discount >
Skills For Care launch deputy manager networks
Skills For Care's existing registered manager networks are extremely popular and so they are setting up a new network specifically for deputy managers, team leaders and assistant managers. Each network meeting will be virtual and up to 2 hours long. It will be facilitated by a Skills for Care Locality Manager and as well as networking will focus on themes including wellbeing and resilience, self-confidence and personal effectiveness.
Find out more and register at the Skills For Care website >