Stepping Forward

Aim: To be able to review, update and refresh the programme for care homes that have previously completed the Six Steps Programme

It is recommended that all care homes who have previously undertaken a Six Steps Programme have a review of their current position. This review will lead to a number of different options:

The care home may:

  • Be fully up to date with the programme and require no further action
  • Have some areas identified where further work/development is required
  • Need to undertake the whole programme
Resources needed
End of life care statement
A template for care homes that require an end of life statement. Download: End of life care statement
Portfolio Guidance
Information about each step of the Programme for the care home portfolio. Download: [Download not found]
Organisational programme audit for pre and post programme - WORD version
Allows the care home to capture data that will monitor changes within the care homes prior to starting and on completion of the Six Steps Programme. Download: Organisational programme audit for pre and post programme WORD
Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit - WORD version
A self-assessment tool that will allow staff to assess their current knowledge, skills and confidence around the core end of life care topics which are covered in the Six Steps Programme. Download: Knowledge, Skills and Confidence - all staff - WORD version
Where are we now
The programme is based on The Route to Success and guides each workshop. Download: Where are we now?
Action Plan
Document to support action planning between care home and Six Steps facilitator to plan individualised programme. Download: Action plan
End of Life Champion Certificate
A certificate of achievement for the care home representative to be recognised as an End of Life Care Champion. Download: [Download not found]
End of Life Organisation Certificate
A certificate for the organisation to evidence the Six Steps Programme has been implemented and that the Care Home Staff are committed to sustaining the Six Steps Programme. Download: [Download not found]
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