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SureCare East Kent

Our primary focus has, and always will be, the delivery of person-centred care and support; with a determination to deliver this into the Homecare Marketplace in a way that exceeds expectation. We strive to guarantee the consistent and on-going support of some of the most vulnerable people in our society, allowing them the dignity of choice.

5 September 2014
South East
Care, Health, Hospitals and Hospital Trusts, Local Authorities, Medical, Telecare
Local Alliances:
Kent 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?

Our organisation is a fully flexible service, that focuses upon an individuals needs. Ranging from a short weekly visit to round-the-clock attendance; we working in partnership with our clients, their carers and supporting health and social agencies, offer a person-centred service that encourages independence and self-respect.

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

The challenge in delivering these outcomes is reduced significantly through our training of Dementia Awareness and ensuring that this area that so many are affected by is holistic and takes the client and their carer to the forefront of practice. There is often not enough organisations that sign up to deliver or be part of such an alliance and more awareness needs to be delivered allowing the client to feel supported and safe.

2. Actions

  • Dementia Awareness

    Delivering training to staff throughout the organisation and broadening their expereinces and knowledge of supporting clients with dementia and their carers.

  • Dementia training to clients and carers affected by dementia

    Develop a shorter information course on the causes, symtoms, difficulties, and actions in supporting each other whislt one may suffer from dementia.

  • Professional training

    Train health and social sector professionals on dementia awareness and use such opportunities to widen the support required in training others whislt supporting the client and carers by putting them at the forefront of practice.