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Who we are…
The Advanced Dementia Support Team (ADST) are a small team of specialist professionals who provide consultancy to professionals or family carers who care for someone with advanced dementia who require 24/7 supervision, either at home or in a care setting.
The service aims to guide and educate professionals and informal caregivers in the delivery of best practice end of life care, for people with advanced dementia.
There are 3 professionals in ADST:
· A Social Worker covering East Cheshire CCG (Sian Harrison)
· A Occupational Therapist covering Vale Royal CCG (Jenny Casson)
· An Admiral Nurse covering South Cheshire CCG (Debbie Callow)
We do not cover West Cheshire CCG area at present.
What we do…
ADST work alongside other professionals to explore clinical concerns. We will provide education, facilitation and resources using our specialist knowledge and skills. We are a support for health and social care services and not intended to be a replacement.
Clinical responsibility is held by the professional referring. ADST do not direct or control care or treatment for patients or residents. ADST support the professional involved and it is their responsibility to carry forward any guidance.
Consent must be gained from the person you are referring before making a referral to ADST. Consent is obtained from the person if they have capacity. If they lack capacity then the referrer must state consent is not obtained due to lack of capacity but referrer is acting in their best interests (see our referral form)
How to Refer
Referrals need to meet the following criteria:
- Person has dementia and requires 24/7 supervision
To refer please email a referral form to; email@example.com
This email is a secure address for information governance purposes.
Alternatively please call 01270 758 120 to speak with a team member for your area or look at the details in our consultancy leaflet.
Please be aware we may not be able to respond the same day.
Who is it for?
The day is aimed at hands on health and social care staff of all levels who have already done basic dementia awareness training (such as dementia friends).
This course is aligned to tier 2 of the Dementia Core Skills Education and Training Framework 2015 and includes outcomes from subjects 4, 5, 6, 8 and 12
You will experience what it can be like to have dementia by working through interactive stations. You are expected to participate in these activities and the group discussion to gain maximum benefit. We will also reflect, analyse and develop knowledge for application to practice through learning and teaching.
FULLY FUNDED to staff in East and Central Cheshire
£60 to delegates outside the area including Western Cheshire.
31st January 2018, 9am-4pm – Winterley Grange, Sandbach, CW11 4RQ
6th February 2018, 9am-4pm – Hospice of the Good Shepherd, Chester, CH2 4DG
22nd May 2018, 9am-4pm – St Luke’s Hospice, Winsford, CW7 1BH
14th June 2018, 9am-4pm – East Cheshire Hospice, Macclesfield,
19th October 2018, 9am-4pm – Winterley Grange, Sandbach, CW11 4RQ
09:00 – 16:00|
Who is it for?
The day is aimed at those holding a professional registration working in Primary Care, Mental Health Services, Acute Care, Social Care or similar. Such as GPs, Consultants, Nurses, Social Workers, Allied Health Professionals and similar.
The course assumes attendees will already have a basic understanding of the Mental Capacity Act (2005).
- The rights of the person with dementia and their carer
- Legal case studies – How the courts approach ethical dilemmas
- Is it ethical to lie to a person with dementia?
- Restraint – Is it in a person’s best interests?
FULLY FUNDED for staff working within East, Vale Royal and South Cheshire.
£60 to delegates outside the area. (Cancellation charges apply)
24th September 2018, – Winterley Grange, Sandbach, CW11 4RQ
09:00 – 16:30|