establishing a Dementia Maintenance role in each team to support broader follow

Establishing a dementia maintenance role in each team

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establishing a Dementia Maintenance role in each team to support broader follow up including ACI monitoring (pending commissioning of Community Dementia Nursing). Service Spec awaiting contracting decision in Feb 2015.(T.Coupland Jan 15) Q3/15 Zohaib Khan M Aamir & Abdullah Jamil M. Zeeshan Ahmed C-10/08 SOCIAL INCLUSION – A failure to meet legal/regulatory and organisational commitment to social inclusion may result in poor service experienced by service users and adversely affect the Trust’s reputation thereby potentially impacting on the future commissioning of services Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Serious Unlikely 9 4 POLICY :Mental Health Act/Equal Opportunities/Mental Capacity Act OVERSIGHT: Board / Inclusion & Diversity Cttee (LD) MONITORING :(WI) by I & D Cttee The goal of socially inclusive practice remains of pivotal importance in the development and delivery of the Trusts business. Several key milestones have been recently achieved including the development and launch of Gloucestershire’s Multiagency Social Inclusion Strategy. The strategy gained a high profile at the Social Inclusion conference event ‘Making Life Better’ in October 2015. During the summer of 2015 a Social Inclusion Social Marketing campaign across Gloucestershire was undertaken. Further details of the wide participation achieved from members of Trust staff, Governors, partner organisations, the media and the public can be found on the following website. Future plans are being set though the SSU business planning process and the Multiagency Social Inclusion Action Planning Forum which is overseen by the Social Inclusion Executive for Gloucestershire. One of the key areas for consideration is further training for staff about socially inclusive practice. (J.Melton Nov15) Q3/15 Jane Melton Ahmed Ameen M. Zeeshan Ahmed C-02/08 CPA - Failure of staff to comply with the Trust’s CPA policy could lead to a serious untoward incident. A systemic compliance failure would mean a breach which would need to be reported to the regulators. Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Major Possible 9 12 6 POLICY : Policy & Procedures for Care Coordinatiion. OVERSIGHT : Board reports IPR. Caseload Supervision/Case notes /Self audit. TRAINING: Registers / certificates. A new CPA care management Quality assurance Officer in place. Individual team audits have commenced and Trust-wide programme is being implemented. (J.Hill July 15) Q3/15 J Hill Wajid Ali M. Zeeshan Ahmed C-05/08 MEDICINES MANAGEMENT – – If there is a failure to provide safe systems of working with medication may lead to a serious untoward incident. Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Major Possible 9 6 POLICY : Policy on Ordering, Prescribing and Administration of Medicines (P.O.P.A.M)./ SLA in place. POPAM Protocols & Guidance/ NICE.
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