Reablement and Outcome-Focussed Community Care
Reablement and taking an enabling approach to community care promotes independence and well-being. There is substantial evidence to support the effectiveness of reablement in reducing the amount of care required and both care workers and the service user benefit from this approach.
This training develops awareness of different approaches to enable independence and develops skills in care planning which support an enabling approach. The training can be designed to focus on documentation used by your organisation which enables the learning to be relevant and applicable. Participants will gain increased knowledge of potential solutions for increasing independence which will include assistive equipment and telecare solutions.
This course is relevant to care workers, care managers, reablement staff and therapy assistants.
Gain an understanding of the benefits of promoting independence
Develop awareness of different approaches to enabling independence
Develop skills in care planning and documentation which supports an enabling approach
Increase knowledge of potential solutions for increasing independence including assistive equipment and telecare
Reablement helps people to regain or learn the skills they need for independence
When community care is focussed on promoting independence a reduction in the hours of care support can be achieved.
There is substantial evidence to support the benefits of reablement
Care Workers benefit from an understanding of the benefits of adopting an enabling approach
The organisation and the service user benefit from care workers understanding how to deliver a service with an enabling approach
Care workers, care managers, reablement staff and therapy assistants
Size of Group
Up to 15
Four hour half day or full day