The NMC have introduced new rules and standards for Nurses Revalidation, in this article, we look at how you can prepare for your revalidation and ensure the process is as simple and effective as possible.Read More
What are the requirements for Nurses Revalidation? The information below lists all of the requirements as set down by the NMCRead More
The stress of day-to-day care, watching your loved one's health deteriorate and having to make difficult decisions about long-term care can leave anyone feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. No matter how strong and resiliant you are, you're still likely to have problems with certain aspects of dementia/Alzheimer's care. Recognising the signs of caregiver stress and burnout is the first step to dealing with the problem.Read More
The Care Act 2014 sets out new responsibilities for all Local Authorities and for all Local People.
• Provision of information and advice , including independent nancial advice
• Promoting diversity and quality in the market of care providers so that there are services/supports for people to choose from
People with dementia may sometimes behave aggressively, either physically or verbally, and this can be very distressing for the person and for their carer, family and friends.Read More
You may have heard about the NMC Revalidation scheme, what do you need to know about Nurses Revalidation.
The Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) is the largest professional healthcare regulator in the world with 680,000 on their register - all are required to uphold the new Code of Professional Standards of practice and behaviours.
THE KEY TO SAFETY - Live Life Safe
“to create a safer society and enable all people to live safer lives”
The Suzy Lamplugh Trust
TO BE FORWARNED…..
Balancing your own personal safety with the independence driving brings is easy when you know how. In particular, if you are a Lone Worker, the information below will give you some easy-to-follow advice to help you enjoy using your car and avoid becoming a victim. Most of the advice is relevant for any journey you make, but always use your common sense to assess risks in any particular situation and follow your instincts.
…. IS TO BE FOREARMEDRead More
People with dementia/Alzheimer’s can often find the environment confusing as they lose the ability to remember people, places, dates and objects. Therefore, part of the care you provide them with should include helping them to find ways to locate objects and remember those around them.Read More