Philippa Shreeve     Simon Foster  Equip 4 Change CICCrystal Presentations Ltd
www.carefitforvips.co.uk
Acknowledgements Strategic Health Authority 2011 as part of their anti-psychotic reduction programme.• Care Fit for VIPS t...
Person-centred care, fit for VIPSV   =         Values peopleI   =         Individuals needsP =           Perspective of se...
NICE-SCIE Guidelines on Dementia   2006 Person-Centred Care                Values and promotes the                 rights ...
Guiding Principles• Do my actions show that I respect, value, and  honour this person?• Am I treating this person as a uni...
The Person-Centred Care ProviderVA NG ’ Bos s ’ s ki l l s  LUI                                      I NDI VI DUA SED Care...
www.carefitforvips.co.uk
A three-part toolkit
Assesswhere you are right  now…
Search a toolkit of onlineresources
Improve  carethrough PDSA cycles
User Feedback• ‘Amazing. Will be most useful!’• ‘Excellent. A great way to gain knowledge and store  information. A great ...
User Feedback• ‘This seems a very good system. It’s very person-centred  which is very important.’• ‘Very useful and will ...
User Feedback•     ‘The assessment of our home has enabled us to  formulate an initial plan for improvement in the areas  ...
Workshop Questions?1. Do you think the toolkit has a future?2. What do you want to do with this resource aftertoday?3. Wha...
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Care Fit for VIPS: Achieving excellence in dementia care - the tools for change

  1. 1. Philippa Shreeve Simon Foster Equip 4 Change CICCrystal Presentations Ltd
  2. 2. www.carefitforvips.co.uk
  3. 3. Acknowledgements Strategic Health Authority 2011 as part of their anti-psychotic reduction programme.• Care Fit for VIPS tools for change is owned jointly between Equip 4 Change CIC, the Association for Dementia Studies at the University of Worcester, and Crystal Presentations Ltd.• Brooker, D. (2007) Person Centred Dementia Care: Making Services Better (London, Jessica Kingsley Publications).• All participants in the project steering group and the care homes who have provided invaluable feed-back to date. Association for Dementia Studies
  4. 4. Person-centred care, fit for VIPSV = Values peopleI = Individuals needsP = Perspective of serviceuserS= Supportive socialpsychology Association for Dementia Studies
  5. 5. NICE-SCIE Guidelines on Dementia 2006 Person-Centred Care Values and promotes the rights of the person Provides Individualised care according to needs Understands care from the Perspective of the person with dementia Social environment enables the person to remain in relationship
  6. 6. Guiding Principles• Do my actions show that I respect, value, and honour this person?• Am I treating this person as a unique individual?• Am I making a serious attempt to see my actions from the perspective of the person I am trying to help? How might my actions be interpreted by them?• Do my actions help this person to feel socially confident and that they are not alone?
  7. 7. The Person-Centred Care ProviderVA NG ’ Bos s ’ s ki l l s LUI I NDI VI DUA SED Care l ead er s ki l l s LIV1 vi s i on I 1 care pl anni ngV2 human res ource management I 2 regul ar revi ewsV3 management ethos I 3 pers onal pos s es s i onsV4 trai ni ng & s taf f d evel opment I 4 i nd i vi d ual pref erencesV5 the s ervi ce envi ronments I 5 l i f e hi s tory workV6 qual i ty as s urance I 6 acti vi ty & occupati onPERSPECTI VE Shi f t l ead er s ki l l s SOCI A L/PSYCHOLOGI CA f ront- l i ne LP1 communi cati on s ki l l sP2 empathy & acceptabl e ri s k S1 i ncl us i onP3 phys i cal envi ronment S2 res pectP4 phys i cal heal th need s S3 warmthP5 chal l engi ng behavi our S4 val i d ati onP6 ad vocacy S5 enabl i ng S6 part of f ami l y & communi ty
  8. 8. www.carefitforvips.co.uk
  9. 9. A three-part toolkit
  10. 10. Assesswhere you are right now…
  11. 11. Search a toolkit of onlineresources
  12. 12. Improve carethrough PDSA cycles
  13. 13. User Feedback• ‘Amazing. Will be most useful!’• ‘Excellent. A great way to gain knowledge and store information. A great way to show staff and inspectors improvements made.’• ‘Brilliant!! Excellent resource for audience in lots of sectors of care for CQC’• ‘Very good and enjoyable’• ‘Excellent work tool for all staff within the work place’• ‘Very, very useful site. I can’t wait to get back and introduce it to the staff’ Association for Dementia Studies
  14. 14. User Feedback• ‘This seems a very good system. It’s very person-centred which is very important.’• ‘Very useful and will definitely use.’• ‘Very interesting session and believe it will have a positive impact on developing the service we provide.’’• ‘Very interesting and will definitely be using this.’• ‘Very good. Well presented and easy to understand. Will look forward to using it.’• ‘Very informative’• ‘Magnificent’ (....that was our commissioner!) Association for Dementia Studies
  15. 15. User Feedback• ‘The assessment of our home has enabled us to formulate an initial plan for improvement in the areas where we realise we are not performing as well as we could.  • ‘We will use the tool for future assessment and on- going improvement for our service and for staff training.  The resources, a number of which we have downloaded are, and will prove to be, very useful in the process of improvement.’ Association for Dementia Studies
  16. 16. Workshop Questions?1. Do you think the toolkit has a future?2. What do you want to do with this resource aftertoday?3. What scope do you see for CFFVs?4. What might the next steps for development be? Association for Dementia Studies
  17. 17. Thank you for ListeningQuestions & discussion

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