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SIX STEPS TO SUCCESS IN CARE HOMES by Rachel Moorhouse End Of Life Care Facilitator for Care Homes 0161 208 1868. SIX STEPS T0 SUCCESS. Step 1 - Discussions as the end of life approaches Step 2 - Assessment, care planning and review Step 3 - Co-ordination of care

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SIX STEPS TO SUCCESSINCARE HOMESbyRachel MoorhouseEnd Of Life Care Facilitator for Care Homes0161 208 1868

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SIX STEPS T0 SUCCESS

  • Step 1 - Discussions as the end of life approaches
  • Step 2 - Assessment, care planning and review
  • Step 3 - Co-ordination of care
  • Step 4 - Delivery of high quality care in care homes
  • Step 5 - Care in the last days of life
  • Step 6 - Care after death
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Six Steps to Success programme

‘Rapid Discharge Pathway’ (RDP)

‘Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying’ (LCP)

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Advancing disease

Increasing decline

Last Days of Life

First Days after Death

Bereavement

1 year

6 months

Death

1 year

The North West End of Life Care Model

Adapted from The North West End of Life Care

Model

  • Advance Care Planning
  • Preferred Priorities for Care (PPC)
  • Advance Decision to Refuse Treatment
  • (ADRT)
  • Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)

End of

Life Care

Tools

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ACP

&

Communication Day

  • Interactive session on communication skills including practical demonstrations
  • Discussing DNA/CPR
  • Advance Care Planning
  • Best Interest Discussions
  • ADRT
lcp study day
LCP Study Day

Appropriate hospital admissions and Significant event analysis

Diagnosing dying

Multi- disciplinary team discussions,

DNACPR

Nutrition/ hydration

Communication to relatives/ carers

GP review

Commencement of the Liverpool Care of the Dying Pathway

Facilitating conversations with relatives & carers

Religious, spiritual and cultural care

Symptom

Care after death

what do we expect
What do we expect?
  • Residents placed on end of life register
  • Shared Communication
  • Advance Care Planning
  • End of life care policy
  • Review holistic assessment to include end of life care/ wishes
  • Involve residents/ families/ all staff
  • Every resident to have an eolc key worker
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All staff to know key contacts
  • Review training needs of staff
  • Dignity Champion
  • Review the environment
  • Understand the LCP- last hours /days of life
  • Review bereavement policy
  • Audit
  • Completed portfolio
the future
The Future
  • 8 nursing homes to start the programme January 2013
  • Residential cohort summer 2013
  • McKinley training offered to all nursing homes who have completed six steps/GSF
  • Verification of death in nursing homes
  • Broader education and support
  • Integration with hospital and community end of life care events
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Thank you

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