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What is Life Planning?
Life planning is person centred planning and can be used with adults, young people or children. A Life Plan will contain all the information needed to commission the housing and support that a person will need to live a good life. This can either be through a personal budget or traditional commissioning. The Life Plan is an in-depth ‘service’ specification. More details are available here.
Life Planning Training Day – Agenda
24 January 2020, 9:30am – 4pm
The Kenn Centre, Exeter, EX6 7UE
To book your place please email Laura Lewissee full event details
The QNI’s invites you to attend a free learning and networking day focused on Nursing in Care Homes that takes place on the 3rd February 2020 in London.
The event will cover topics such as caring for residents with complex wounds, caring for residents at the end of life and how to recognise signs of a deteriorating resident. The workshop will be facilitated by the Queen’s Nursing Institute and the subject sessions will be delivered by experts in their field. The workshop is free to attend and is open to all Registered Nurses working in the Care Home sector.
This is part of a series of learning events held around the country related to care home nursing organised by the Queen’s Nursing Institute and jointly funded by the Chief Nursing Officer of England and the Queen’s Nursing Institute.
If you wish to join the network and be the first one to find out about our events, please register your details here and choose “Care Home Nurses Network” as your area of interest. You can also use this form to sign up for general updates from the QNI and updates from the QNI Homeless Health Network.
Places are limited and are going fast so book your place today to avoid disappointment.
Further information will be communicated nearer the time.see full event details
The ‘Us Too’ project are coming to Made-Well to deliver two workshops about staying safe in relationships and what you can do if you have a bad relationship.
The ’Us Too’ project are a group of women with learning disabilities/autism with experience of domestic abuse/sexual violence who write and deliver training for their peers, social care staff and Domestic Abuse services across Devon and Cornwall.
Please note this course is aimed at women.
The ‘Us Too project is managed by ARC England and is funded by Comic Relief.
This workshop will cover:
• What do good/bad relationships look like?
• What is domestic abuse?
• How can I avoid it?
• What can I do if it is happening to me?
• How can I report it and what will happen if I do?
Monday 3rd February, 10am-1pm or 1.30pm-4.30pm
Made-Well, West Fishleigh Farm, Hatherleigh, EX20 3QA