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Workforce and dementia care 10 th may 2011

Workforce and Dementia Care10th May 2011

Diane Bardsley

Development Consultant,

South West Development Centre


Workforce and dementia care 10 th may 2011

“We want places like this where people can get to know you and understand what you are feeling and experiencing – you don’t call them staff you call them friends”(Client, Forget-me-not day centre, Swindon)

“Well you felt from day one really that the care staff all have an understanding and an experience of dementia….some of the youngsters who have looked after mum now in the later stages are just unbelievable, just amazing”

(Relative, Badgeworth Court, Cheltenham)

“The staff actually care about the people,

they actually care whether they are happy”

(Relative, Guild House, Gloucester)

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Key challenges

Key challenges

  • Currently 2.75 million health and social care staff estimated to be working with people with dementia

  • Potential growth of workforce

  • Diversity of workforce and differing needs

  • Financial constraints

  • Organisational change

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Workforce issues to be aware of

Workforce issues to be aware of

  • Dementia strategy – objective 13 ‘An informed and effective workforce’

  • Care Quality Commission Regulations 21 - 23

  • Qualifications and Credit Framework

  • Dementia Core Principles

  • Dementia education and training for GPs and practice staff

  • Workforce Training and Education Development Action Plan – qualifications at different levels

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Inputs vs outcomes

INPUT – what do we bring to situation?

Starts with occupations

Describes the skill and knowledge base each occupation brings to a situation

Inputs vs Outcomes

OUTCOME – focus on what needs to be done and to what quality – not who does it or where it is done

  • Starts with functions

  • Describes what successful outcomes need to look like and involve


Dementia care training

Dementia care training

  • Recognised needs across workforce

  • Gaps in pre-registration training

  • Large numbers of staff need dementia training as part of CPD

  • Wide range of training available – much has no accreditation

  • Gaps in access and issues over releasing staff

  • Concerns around costs of accredited training

  • Range of good practice – need to share

  • Variable quality of dementia trainers

  • Lack of evaluation of practical impact

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Learning approaches

Learning approaches

Top-down control

Bottom up control

Formal Learning Informal Learning

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Workforce and dementia care 10 th may 2011

DEMENTIA CARE WORKFORCE RESOURCES

3 step pathway

Dementia workbooks & bite sized presentations

SOUTH WEST DEMENTIA WORKFORCE NETWORK

LEARNING & EDUCATION LIBRARY

South West

Projects

DEMENTIA WORKFORCE COMMISSIONING GUIDANCE

NEW CPD LEARNING PLATFORM

Learn4Health

GP

EDUCATION

INNOVATIVE PRACTICE - NEW ROLES, NEW WAYS OF WORKING IN DEMENTIA

Good practice vignettes

EVALUATION OF GLOS MODEL

ACCREDITED TRAINERS KITEMARK

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Regional dementia workforce network

Regional Dementia Workforce Network

  • Open to all sectors. Bi-monthly meetings

  • Share positive practice in learning and development activity

  • Share innovative practice and ideas

  • Influence and inform the SWDP resources

  • Cover topics and issues identified by network

  • Influence and inform Learn4Health

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Workforce and dementia care 10 th may 2011

Workforce Resources Learning Pathway

  • Step 1 Essential dementia awareness

    A workbook, bite-sized presentations and links for further knowledge to give a basic level of dementia awareness. Relevant to anyone and for induction for all staff within health and social care settings

  • Step 2 Further knowledge in dementia

    Building on Step 1 this offers a workbook, bite sized presentations and links to further knowledge and resources. For anyone working in a health and social care setting either registered or non-registered, families and those caring for a person with dementia and for people whom may be in positions to share learning eg managers, supervisors etc

  • Step 3 Specific topics

    Step 3 builds on Step 1 & 2 and includes material on specific topics relevant to a qualified and skilled worker whom may wish to learn more about specific dementia topics such as ‘Managing behaviours that challenge us’ ‘learning disabilities and dementia’, younger onset, ethnicity and dementia

SCIE resources

Learning library

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Learn4health

Learn4Health

NHS South West Workforce Development

Consortium led by Tribal Consulting Limited

Partners:

King’s College London,

Skills for Health

Bazian,

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Operating principles employer led and owned

Operating Principles – Employer Led and Owned

Level of learning determined by level and depth of content and level of autonomy

Blind to qualification and pay band

Leaner develops own learning plan gaining approval with line manager

Learner centred

Clinical Pathway centred

Open to all health and social care providers in the South West

Available form any web enabled environment

Learning and development

A hierarchy of learning including a common core

Workplace assessments to ensure safe and best practice

Access for carers in their primary role over time

Access

Multi-disciplinary/Agency

Promotes matrix approach based on the competencies needed to deliver care in and across each of the pathways

Mapped to the KSF

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12


Governance

Governance

Contract

Management

Group

Additional

Commissioning

sub-group

Employer

Oversight

(Editorial) Group

Technical

Sub-group

Mental

Health

Maternity

& New

Born

Optimising

Elective

Care

Long Term

Conditions

Children

& Young

People

Staying

Healthy

Urgent

Care

Pathway groups

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Workforce and dementia care 10 th may 2011

  • New ways of working

  • Plymouth 5 min teach

  • YDH ‘An Hour to remember’

  • Befriending

  • Dementia Care Mapping

New roles

  • Dementia Link Workers

  • Primary Care Liaison

  • Dementia Advisors

  • Dementia Champions

  • Dementia Leads

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Outcomes of gloucestershire dementia link worker model

Outcomes of Gloucestershire Dementia Link Worker model

  • Greater knowledge, skills and confidence within care homes reported by managers, DLWs, staff and relatives

  • Evidence of higher quality person centred dementia care

  • Reduction

    in referrals to NHS

  • Reduction

    in anti-psychotic

    medication

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Workforce commissioning

Workforce commissioning

Commissioning plans need to be informed and based on a

practical understanding of the capacity and capability of the local

labour market to respond to changing demands.

Procurement plans take account of the quantity and quality of the

workforce needed to meet service priorities.

Contracts support employers to undertake business planning and workforce planning to meet standards of safety and quality.

Accreditation systems, particularly where neither the service nor the workforce is subject to professional regulation

Supporting organisations led by people who use services help individual ‘personal employers’ to plan their care and support workforce.

Creating learning organisations. Supporting local qualification and training programmes in higher education, further education and the community education sector. (adapted Skills for Care et al 2010)


Dementia integrated care pathway

Dementia Integrated Care Pathway

Early

Intervention

&

treatment

Living well

with

dementia

End of Life

Prevention

Identification

Assessment

&

Diagnosis

(London Healthcare 2009)

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Learning matrix qcf levels alongside an integrated care pathway

Learning matrix – QCF levels alongside an integrated care pathway


Commissioning the dementia workforce

Commissioning the dementia workforce

  • What have you done?

  • What helped you achieve this?

  • What do you need to do in the future?

  • What are the challenges?

  • In light of the above answers and for commissioners for the future what information do you feel would be helpful?

  • How would you like this information to be presented?

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Workforce and dementia care 10 th may 2011

Diane Bardsley

[email protected]

South West Dementia Partnership Website:

http://www.southwestdementiapartnership.org.uk

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