Focus On: Providing Food & Drink

Focus On: Providing Food & Drink

What our customers say:

“The Focus On Food DVD is an extremely useful tool for Managers/Trainers to use as a opener for discussions on the topic. The clips are relevant and allow staff to explore aspects of the mealtime in bite size chunks!”

Adult Health and Community Services, Warwickshire County Council

Focus On: Providing Food & Drink

Focus On Providing Food & Drink features 10 study scenarios varying levels of care practice for care workers to identify and discuss. Then by working together they must explore best practice and explain why this improves the quality of care.

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Focus On Providing Food & Drink features 10 study scenarios varying levels of care practice for care workers to identify and discuss. Then by working together they must explore best practice and explain why this improves the quality of care.

The study scenarios pose a range of complex questions for care workers to solve. In Focus On Providing Food & Drink these include; ‘Spot the mistake’, ‘What happens next?’, ‘What would you do?’, and ‘Why is this a problem?’ amongst others. Focus On Providing Food & Drink will help care workers develop their problem-solving skills and improve their service delivery.

Potential Discussion Points

Ethics • Culture and diversity • Infection Control • Forward planning • Importance of cleaning • Supporting the Service User at mealtimes • Supporting choices • Hydration

Additional Information

FormatDVD or Download
DurationN/A
Supporting MaterialsContains a Focus On Trainers guide, Lesson plan, QCF evidence form and a CPD attainment certificate
ConsultantLynda Tarpey, HASCA Ltd (Health & Social Care Associates)
Peer ReviewNo
Standards

Care Certificate 2015. Standard 8

Health and Social Care NOS/NVQ Units 22, 32, 213, 214, 246 and Statutory Training

Food Safety Act 1990

The (EU) Regulation (EC) No 852 / 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs applied through the Food Hygiene (England) Regulations 2006

References

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Customer Reviews

Useful for refresher training Review by Anne Beswick - Sherwood Lodge Care Home
Quality
Focus On Series: very beneficial for existing staff when reviewing refresher training. (Posted on 05/04/2017)

Additional Information

FormatDVD or Download
DurationN/A
Supporting MaterialsContains a Focus On Trainers guide, Lesson plan, QCF evidence form and a CPD attainment certificate
ConsultantLynda Tarpey, HASCA Ltd (Health & Social Care Associates)
Peer ReviewNo
Standards

Care Certificate 2015. Standard 8

Health and Social Care NOS/NVQ Units 22, 32, 213, 214, 246 and Statutory Training

Food Safety Act 1990

The (EU) Regulation (EC) No 852 / 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs applied through the Food Hygiene (England) Regulations 2006

References

N/A

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