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Vie Medic Services Ltd

At Vie Medic Services Ltd we aim to cover all aspects of first aid and pre-hospital care. This may be in the form of providing First Aiders to an event or perhaps it's a couple of Paramedics that are required to cover a party at a Nightclub. Whatever the situation we guarantee you won't be disappointed. We promise to provide you with the most professional quality staff to ensure, whatever your needs, you have the resources and equipment at hand for a safe event. If you need to go one step further and have your own staff trained to a particular level, or just fancy a bit of extra training for your own development, then we will be able to provide you with the skills and knowledge to save a life. We can offer various first aid courses including medical gases and AED training. We have the options for producing a bespoke course, tailored on an individual or group basis allowing for the flexibility that the 21st Century requires from it's first aiders and courses. We are now able to offer "medics" to night clubs and other licensed premises. The last thing you need as an owner of a bar or club is to have a big yellow ambulance with blue flashing lights outside. By providing on site medical staff to your customers, it could improve your reputation as well as relieving the pressure on already stretched emergency departments and ambulance services. Please contact us for more information. Our services at a glance • Services tailored to suit the needs of our clients • First aid to Paramedic staff available • Short notice events covered • Night club "medics" available • Covert approach is available upon request • Professional training establishment being implemented • Qualified, quality, professional staff • Here to help and advise as and when required

2 November 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?

  1.  We can raise awareness about how to support people with dementia and their families and carers and help create a dementia aware community. We can aim to develop a dementia friendly service ensuring our teams are dementia aware.  

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

We need to find relevant information and methods of increasing the team’s knowledge and how to keep dementia on the agenda for the future to give a dementia friendly service true meaning and embed it into a service for the future.

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2. Actions

  • Dementia Awareness /Dementia Friends

    To arrange a dementia awareness session for our developing team encouraging all to become dementia friends. Gain knowledge of visual perception changes that may affect people who we may come into contact with.

  • Sign Posting

    Holding Alzheimer’s society resource’s and ensuring the team have knowledge about the services available to sign post if and when appropriate

  • Display Dementia Friendly logo

    Display the dementia friendly logo to give people confidence and raise the profile of dementia and help to reduce the stigma attached to the condition