We complete regular clinical assessments and package reviews to provide assurances that service delivery is clinically safe and continues to meet the needs of your child or young person.

How we assess and review care staff

Our are staff are assessed by a Clinical Nurse Educator. They are supported until they are confident and competent to provide high-quality complex care before they are signed off to support children and young people.

Other measures to ensure we provide high-quality staff include:

Competency reviews

Completed annually with all staff to ensure they continue to meet our high-quality care standards.

Clinical practice sessions

We provide supervised clinical practice sessions for nurses and organise external training and updates.

Refresher training

To ensure healthcare assistants are consistently up to date with best practice and clinical governance.

Training with third parties

Our team encourages staff to attend face to face training with contacts at recognised third parties.

This means we provide staff that are always skilled in current best practice, techniques and legislation, so they can deliver the best possible care and support for you and your child or young person.

Make an enquiry today!

To learn more about how our specialist team can support your child or young person, fill out our quick referral form and a member of the team will be in touch shortly!

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