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As well as undergoing a thorough face to face interview by the registered manager, every applicant is subject to a though vetting procedure which includes:
• An enhanced Disclosure and Barring service record (DBS)
• Written references from the last two employers and at least one character reference.
• A full employment history (with all gaps explained)
• Verification of candidate’s identity
• Eligibility to work in the UK
• Work permits (if Applicable)
• Verification of NMC Pin number
• Verification of qualification and training certificates
• Checks against sex offenders register
• Declaration of physical and mental fitness
• Immunization status
Our staff are competently trained and continuously supervised using accredited training and ongoing appraisals. Nash healthcare Ltd has formed partnerships with National social care training organisation so that advance training opportunities are provided to all Nash healthcare staff. In addition to statutory and mandatory basic training our staff receive specialized Management of Violence and Aggression training to comply with services that required such.
All Nash healthcare staff have to have safeguarding training before undertaking any work from us. Profiles of each nurse or healthcare assistants are supplied to you at your request when you have booked them.
Accreditations and insurance:
Nash healthcare is registered with CQC and is ensured to provide care services to the NHS as an approved NHS service provider. We work hand in hand with other healthcare professionals to provide the best care to our service users. We always maintain, integrate and keep up-to-date with the recommended NMC code and standards of professional conduct.
We offer assistance with ’starting the day’ i.e. helping to get up, wash / shower / bath, get dressed and have breakfast. We can go shopping, either taking our customer out with us or, alternatively, we can come in, agree a shopping list ,go to the shops, come back and put it all away!
We can prepare food and drink
We can make sure we prompt medication when it is due
We can do domestic tasks like cleaning, laundry ironing either on a regular basis or as a ’spring clean’
We can provide a respite service. Where a member of the family is principal care worker there may be need for relief to allow that person time for themselves, maybe a couple of times a week Some people like to have a pampering session once or twice a week. A nice bath and then clean clothes, a changed bed and a nice meal before bedtime. At the end of each day, some help with getting ready for bed.
We provide care services through the night for those people who need them. This can either be on a ’sleeper night’ basis, where the care worker expects a reasonable night’s sleep but is on hand for emergencies, or a ‘waking night’ where the care worker is on duty throughout the night.
This is only a selection of the things we can do. If you don’t see something you would like, please ask