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Dignity in Care, E-learning Pathway Courses, Pathway Group
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Dignity in Care, E-learning Pathway Courses, Pathway Group

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Dignity in Care is part of the E-learning Pathway Courses with Pathway Group under the Safeguarding catalogue. …

Dignity in Care is part of the E-learning Pathway Courses with Pathway Group under the Safeguarding catalogue.

Dignity in care is important because it focuses on the person who is being treated.

For more information about this course or others in the catalogue or others please call: 0121 707 0550, e-mail: info@pathwaygroup.co.uk or visit: http://www.elearning.pathwaycourses.co.uk

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  • 1. Online Course Dignity in Care
  • 2. Dignity in Care ‘Dignity’can be a difficult term to define. This is because dignity means different things to different people and can cover a wide range of topics. We believe that dignity is about ensuring that people in care are treated with dignity and respect in adult social care whatever the setting. The 2006 the Department of Health sought views from members of the public and health and social care staff to help identify examples where services did not treat people with dignity and respect. The study categorized the examples into four main areas, the environment that care and support being provided in, attitudes and behaviour of workers, the culture of care within the organization and in care activities. Whilst poor service must always be challenged to ensure service respects people’s dignity, we should not forget there are many examples of good practice. On completion of this module learners will have covered these learning objectives: • Understand how the people we support might feel when not treated with dignity & respect. • Know what constitutes best practise when providing services with dignity & respect. • Understand why inappropriate staff attitudes & practices must be challenged. • Ensure all staff working in adult social care employ best practise. • Understand the ten key aspects of the Department of Health’s Dignity Challenge. Accreditation The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines. Duration Approximately 1 - 2 hours. The length of time taken depends entirely on how quickly you can study and absorb the material. You can proceed as quickly or slowly as you like, and there is no limit on how long you can take to do the course. E-LEARNING Learn Online
  • 3. Target Audience This module is aimed at anyone working with adults in a social care setting, alongside other providers of public services for example hospitals, care homes or community support services. Entry Requirements There are no specific entry requirements for this course. Cost Discounts are available for multiple users (10 or more) for more information please contact info@pathwaygroup.co.uk or telephone us on: 0121 707 0550 Please Note that this is an online course £30.00 + VAT (£36.00 inc. VAT) Learn Online elearning.pathwaycourses.co.uk

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