Life In The Office

Published: 22/05/2019

We are proud to support The Stroke Association this year, and they have been spending some time with our teams providing some additional training about the effects of a stroke and how to best support stroke survivors. This additional training supplements our ongoing training and helps equip our Care Assistants to deliver a high standard of care to our customers.

We are proud to support The Stroke Association this year, and they have been spending some time with our teams providing some additional training about the effects of a stroke and how to best support stroke survivors.

This additional training supplements our ongoing training and helps equip our Care Assistants to deliver a high standard of care to our customers.

The training was delivered by Tilly, who spent time with Care Manager Denise and Care Supervisor Sam.

Care Manager Denise commented:
Whether directly or indirectly, many of our customers have experienced the effects of a stroke and the information session that Tilly delivered was really interesting.

The session covered some signs to look for (including those which were not obvious), things our Care Assistants can do to help and some of the valuable support that is available through the Stroke Association.

I did not know that there was so much support available! The Stroke Association help with funding, equipment, rehabilitation, setting time aside for families and much more.

We will be adding this to our staff meetings and providing our Care Assistants with some information about the Stroke Association which will prove to be really valuable.

In addition to this, our Care Supervisors are now equipped with the information that they need for when they meet with customers and their families who have experienced the effects of a stroke.
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