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

Our healthcare assistants are assessed by a Clinical Nurse Educator. They are supported until they are confident, competent and signed off to provide high-quality complex care.

Annual competency reviews are completed with all healthcare assistants to ensure they continue to meet our quality standards. Where needed, we provide refresher training in key areas. This is to ensure healthcare assistants are consistently up to date with best practice and clinical governance.

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

Our team also encourage all nurses to attend face to face annual training sessions with our contacts in recognised healthcare companies and NHS trusts.

Assessing and reviewing children's complex care training in action
Transition spotlight: Gwen moves out of county
Children's Complex Care

Transition spotlight: Gwen moves out of county

Gwendolyn, age five, is supported by our Children’s Complex Care (CCC) team. She was born with spina bifida and vocal cord palsy. This means ...

Adam continues to defy health barriers!
Children's Complex Care

Adam continues to defy health barriers!

Adam is 22 years old. Like most young men his age, he loves watching his favourite football team and socialising ...

Baby Eva – Complex care from birth
Children's Complex Care

Baby Eva – Complex care from birth

Eva was delivered via emergency caesarean section in November 2018. Her parents, Esther and Sam, were both full-time teachers and ...

Helping Prodige to remain at home
Children's Complex Care

Helping Prodige to remain at home

12-year-old Prodige has complex care needs that mean he is vulnerable to everyday illnesses. As a result, he has spent ...

Jen is back in education – thanks to Children’s Complex Care!
Children's Complex Care

Jen is back in education – thanks to Children’s Complex Care!

Education is vital to every child’s development, but Jen*, who has severe physical disabilities and a life limiting illness, was ...

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