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Abbey Health and Social care group

Abbey homecare serves individual Service Users and local authorities with customised contract for Domiciliary care with a persons own Home. We have over 12 years experience within the Domiciliary care sector. Abbey is considered to be one of the premier providers of Domiciliary care in the local area and is the lead provider of Domiciliary care in this area. Abbey village is a sister company to Abbey Homecare. We have developed our own high quality, award winning retirement village in Brigg, our village has set the benchmark locally for care in a private setting and is home to a leading example of the best in dementia care. The mission statement of Abbey Homecare is to provide our Service users with the highest standards of flexible, personalised, measurable care and support, ensuring their individual, social, emotional and spiritual needs are met , whilst maintaining each 'unique' individuals dignity and self respect......Unique people Unique Care!

1 July 2014
Yorkshire and Humber
Local Alliances:
North Lincolnshire Dementia Action Alliance, Yorkshire & Humber Dementia Action Alliance, North East Lincolnshire Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?

Here at Abbey we believe in our mission statement "Unique people Unique care" Our aim is to support each individual by providing bespoke care. Person centred planning involving family members and other professional bodies to help us achieve our aim.

We aim to promote the Alzheimers Society within our company to promote understanding of Dementia related issues. We firmly believe by offering each worker specialised training it leads to a better understanding of the Service User they serve and quality training leads to quality care.

We aim to offer flexibility, adapting to meet each individuals needs and help each person retain dignity, choice and personalisation and remain part of their community.

2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?

Although public awareness has increased significantly, basic understanding is still limited. The increasing number of Service users with Dementia. Being able to meet the changing needs of our Service Users to enable them to remain at home particularly as they become more challenging.

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2. Actions

  • Train

    Work closley with the Alzheimers Society and other support groups to ensure the training we deliver is current, factual and relevant and ensure skills we learn from training gets transfered to the community.

    Being implemented
  • Increase Awareness

    Work with local authority and other providers to raise awareness of Dementia

    Being implemented
  • Flexibility

    Understand each person is unique and ensuring our services meet each persons needs

    Being implemented
  • Evaluate

    Through discussion , review and quality assurance to ensure services remain relevant to the persons needs

    Being implemented