Where appropriate, WhereIsTheCare can offer the advice of a registered nurse / former care home manager. They will do their best to advise and signpost you, should you feel alone with no-one to turn to.
We do not want anyone to be alone in their times of difficulty, if you are feeling you are not getting support locally or feel at a loss which way to turn.
We will do our best to ensure that you have all the information you require to make any informed decisions you may have to make. However, in the end, any decisions that are made by you are yours and we cannot take any responsibility for your actions that may unfortunately result in an unsatisfactory outcome.
The nurse who is assisting us has been a registered nurse for over twenty-seven years with eighteen years experience of managing care homes including dementia units. Her professional career involved managing previously failing care homes and turning them around so that they passed all audits and authority inspections. She saw the inception of the Care Standards Act and the subsequent changes and developments in associated legislation.
She has a professional knowledge of legal matters pertaining to the adult care sector and has great knowledge and experience in the nursing needs of the elderly. She is aware of the need for risk assessments, individualised nursing care plans and all relevant documentation and can advise anyone through WhereIsTheCare with regards to these matters.
She supports Katie and Kevin Warren with WhereIs The Care? and is more than happy to be their consultant on nursing matters in the hope that between us all we can help to address any current failings in care of the elderly you feel are affecting you. You can be assured that you will be receiving sound professional advice that is impartial and unbiased with respect, honesty and confidentiality underpinning all correspondence and communications.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions that you may have regarding nursing matters – in your home, in the community, in a care or nursing home, or any elderly care setting.
To obtain advice or ask a question of our registered nurse / former care-home manager in the first instance contact email@example.com or write to us, see our contact details on the Contact page of this website.
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