Six Steps for Care Homes

Six Steps for Care Homes

An end of life care programme for care homes

Six Steps for Domiciliary Care Organisations

Six Steps for Domiciliary Care Organisations

An end of life care programme for domiciliary care organisations

Six Steps for Domiciliary Care Workers

Six Steps for Domiciliary Care Workers

An end of life care programme for care workers to enhance the organisational programme

Welcome to the new revised Six Steps Programme website

The Six Steps to Success Programme has been developed in the North West of England by the Cheshire & Merseyside Clinical Network and the Greater Manchester, Lancs & South Cumbria Clinical Network with support from the National End of Life Care Programme.

The care home programme was refreshed in September 2017 and has recently undergone a more significant revision of content to develop a more flexible programme with major changes to the audits and portfolio and now includes an educational programme for staff.

 

The aims of the programme

The programme aims to enhance end of life care through facilitating organisational change and supporting staff to develop their roles around end of life care. The programme is based on the six steps described in the Route to Success guides. It is aimed at improving end of life care provided by a care home or a domiciliary care organisation (and it’s workers) that encompasses the philosophy of palliative care.
From here you will find all you need to know about all of the Six Steps Programmes.

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