LOROS Pilot End of Life Care – Bronze Award – Expression of Interest
9 Mar 2015
LOROS Education and Research Project
To Improve & Maintain Quality End of Life Care in:
Residential Care/Nursing Homes and Domiciliary Care Providers in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland -
FULLY FUNDEDThe outcome of this pilot is to improve and maintain quality end of life care in residential care/nursing homes and domiciliary care providers, Only 10 spaces available for care providers to undertake the Bronze Level Award beginning May 2015 . If you qualify under the below criteria then please can you complete your expression of interest by 9th March 2015. You will be informed after the 17th of March 2015, whether you are successful.
Download further information on this pilot here Bronze Level
Do you meet the following criteria:
- Residential/nursing home/dual registered providers and domiciliary care agencies identified as requiring the knowledge skills and confidence to support individuals approaching end of life to remain in their preferred place of care.
- Residential/nursing home/dual registered providers and domiciliary care agencies where resident/service user admissions to hospital are considered to be inappropriate or disproportionately high.
- Residential/nursing home/dual registered providers and domiciliary care agencies where discharges from hospital are not considered to be timely and/or are subject to delays.
- Care providers who have the capacity to commit one senior staff member and 1-3 care staff to undertake and complete taught programmes, engage in practice visits and provide portfolio and documentary evidence and key data as required for individual and organisational accreditation and for ongoing sustainability
- Residential/nursing home/dual registered providers and domiciliary care agencies subject to current safeguarding investigations by Local Authority teams, the Police or where there are significant concerns including current involvement from the Care Quality Commission.
- Homes /Domiciliary Care agencies where it is known that current staffing levels are compromised, making an ongoing commitment and completion of the programme difficult to sustain.