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Carebeans Webinars

[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="grid" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern" z_index=""][vc_column][vc_column_text] A full 12-month schedule of free webinars for you to attend during 2022/2023 Registration for our webinars is free. Over the last few months our healthcare industry webinars have proved immensely popular, and we have covered subjects such as: How to ensure you are using the Mental Capacity Act and gaining consent correctly within the Care Home environment. How to keep your Service Users safe (Risk Management). How to write Person Centred Service User Care Plans. How to record Incident and Accident Reports within the Care Environment. Point of Care Recording for Carers and...

Risk Taking and Assessment for Service Users: How to keep your service users safe.   RISK TAKING AND ASSESSMENT POINTS COVERED INCLUDE: • Why risk assess? • Identifying hazards. • Who may be harmed, and how. • Evaluating risks. • Risk reduction. • Record keeping. Focus on: service users Service users are particularly vulnerable to risks due to disability and increased needs. Some people in your health services will have reduced ability to manage their own risks. This is why it is essential to carry out assessments in order to keep users safe. By identifying hazards that could cause harm, you will then be able to put actions in place to minimise these risks. Five steps to...

Mental Capacity Act   Consent, Mental Capacity and Best Interest Decisions within the Care Environment To ensure compliance with regulations and best practice you should have a robust system in place to evidence consent, mental capacity and best interest decisions for day to day care, treatment and support.   Key Principles: Mental Capacity Act Process within the Care Environment Gaining Consent Process Best Interest Decisions Conducting Reviews Why it is so important to follow the correct process Ensuring Compliance   Consent Consent is giving permission to do something. In mental health and social care settings it usually means that the individual gives consent to take part in an...