Promoting Excellence: A framework for all health and social services staff working with people with Dementia, their families and Carers

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Patricia Howie, Education Project Manager, NHS Education for Scotland

Presentation from Alzheimer Scotland conference 2011 - Creating Better Dementia Care.

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  • 1. Promoting Excellence: A framework for all health and social services staff working with people with Dementia, their families and Carers
  • 2.
    • How the Framework was developed
    • How the Framework is structured
    • How it will be implemented
    • What has already been achieved
    Presentation Plan
  • 3. Underlying Philosophy and Values
    • Aspirational and Visionary
    • Based on the strengths of people with dementia
    • Focussed on the quality of life people with dementia want
    • Concerned with the whole unique person
    • Based on values, including; respect, dignity, equity, choice, compassion, partnership and collaboration
  • 4. Evidence and principles underpinning the framework
    • Evidence , best practice and literature reviews
    • Review of existing competency frameworks
    • Links made with wider UK Dementia work programme
    • Stakeholder Engagement
    • Quality of life domains
  • 5.
    • Social relationships and connectedness
    • Feelings ,emotions, mental health and wellbeing
    • Physical Health and wellbeing
    • Spiritual and cultural wellbeing and personal beliefs
    • Independence, choice and control
    • Environment
    The Quality of Life Domains
  • 6. Who is the framework for?
    • All those workers who work within or have a responsibility to NHS Scotland and/or the Scottish Social Services Council
  • 7.
    • 4 STAGES IN THE DEMENTIA JOURNEY
    The Structure of the Framework
  • 8. The Structure of the Framework Stages of the Dementia Journey Keeping Well, Prevention and Finding out its Dementia Living Well with Dementia Living Well with increasing help and support End of Life and Dying Well
  • 9.
    • 4 LEVELS OF STAFF EXPERIENCE OR EXPERTISE
    The Structure of the Framework
  • 10.
    • Dementia Skilled Practice Level
    • All staff with direct and /or substantial contact with people who have dementia their families and carers
    Dementia Informed Practice Level All health and social care staff
    • Enhanced Dementia Practice Level
    • All staff that have more regular and intense contact with people with dementia , provide specific interventions, and or direct/manage care and services
    • Expertise in Dementia Practice Level
    • Staff who, by virtue of their role and practice setting, play an expert specialist role in the care, treatment and support of people with dementia their families and carers
  • 11.
    • Aim
    • To develop ways of helping employers and their staff to access, use and keep using the framework to improve the way they support and care for people with dementia, their families and carers.
    Activities to Support Implementation of Workforce Development Plan
  • 12. Activities to Support Implementation of Workforce Development Plan
    • National Guidance on undergraduate and post graduate Dementia curriculum content
    • Resources for Dementia Informed and Dementia Skilled Practice Levels
    • Review of National Occupational Standards
    • Psychological Therapies –range of education and training
  • 13. Activities to Support Implementation of Workforce Development Plan
    • Development programme for Alzheimer Nurse Consultants and Allied Health Professional Consultants
    • Dementia Champions programme
    • Palliative Care in Dementia Programme
    • Evaluation of Post Diagnosis and Early Interventions Programme
    • Dementia Managed knowledge Network
  • 14.  
  • 15. Activities undertaken in 2010/2011 to support Workforce Development
  • 16. Activities undertaken in 2010/2011 to support Workforce Development
  • 17. Patricia Howie Educational Projects Manager (NES) [email_address] Laura Gillies Education & Workforce Development Adviser (SSSC) [email_address]