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Niche Home Care services

At Niche Care we aim to provide a second to none service for people who choose to live in their own homes by concentrating on high quality care services, whilst at the same time upholding the very best in professional care provision which is centered around the individual and their care needs. We are committed to employing a highly skilled workforce which gives us the confidence and ability to meet the needs of our service users and provide them with the very best care. Niche Care domicillary care services, established to provide home care services to vulnerable people, allowing them to maintain independance and remain in the comfort of their own home and surroundings. We offer a fully comprehensive package for yours or your loved ones needs. There is also discounts available for people who access the day service alongside our home care services. Contact us to discuss your individual requirments and we can then tailor a care plan around your needs.

25 October 2016
Yorkshire and Humber
Local Alliances:
Rotherham 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?

As an organisation we strive to provide the very best care to all our Service Users , we appreciate the growing numbers of people living in the community with dementia and recognise the need and benefit to keep up to date with all that is currently available to assist our teams to provide quality dementia care.

By engaging with Rotherham Dementia Action Alliance and the Dementia Friends programme we will be able to affectively network and gain information and contacts to enhance our quality service   

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

We will need to embed our agreed actions into our organisation to ensure that our commitment to becoming a dementia friendly care provider is maintained ensuring all new team members are aware of our commitment and are appropriately training and have knowledge of RDAA and dementia friends.

The care profession has a growing number of employees and there for this will always be a challenge

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2. Actions

  • Professional Dementia Awareness Training

    Ensure that Dementia Awareness training is a mandatory requirement of all staffs training requirements at a suitable level appropriate for the role of each employee Ensure that the principles of behaviour as a means of communication are acknowledged and understood by all At Niche Care we undertake the full care certificate including Standard 9 Standard 5 -Standard 6 – and Standard 7 are also involved with the delivery of dementia care knowledge
    Being implemented
  • Dementia Friends

    Ensure all staff sign up as dementia friends and encourage them to cascade their knowledge into the surrounding community and their own net works                                                                                                             Have a dementia Friends champion to cascade and sustain the dementia friend commitment 

  • Dementia Friendly Enviroments

    Make staff aware of the importance of about dementia friendly environments and have a knowledge base this will be included in the staffs training content Have knowledge of the leaflet AZ society booklet Making your home dementia friendly
  • Person Centred Care

    Have a method of gaining as much knowledge about each person with dementia's history and ensure all staff use this knowledge to help a person feel comfortable in their surrounding Encourage families to give and record information about the person – suggest use of THIS IS ME
  • Partnership working with SYFR

    Become Partners with SYFR ensuring you promote and refer customers living with dementia (with their consent )for a home safety check to keep them living safely Ensure all staff are aware of the partnership and have had the guidance available from SYFR
  • Use of Herbert Protocol

    Gain Knowledge about and introduce  the Herbert protocol and cascade details about this to families.( an information gathering tool to ensure families have relevant information to hand if a person goes missing )         This would assist the police find the missing person as promotly as possible.

  • Promotion of Dementia Friendly Communities

    Promote the concept of Dementia Action Alliance into the community and to all /any suitable businesses that the staff group  are involved with.Follow RDAA on social mediato raise more awareness of the alliance work.Regularly visit the Dementia action Alliance website.Looking for information and good practice .Use the website to share good practice