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- Submitted: Feb 04 2015 03:44 PM
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Download Section 3: Supporting people in their daily lives
communication and choices family and friends safe friendships personal care intermediate care staying healthy keyholding challenging behaviour missing from an arrangement end of life and dying
Section 3: Supporting people in their daily lives guidance can be downloaded by clicking here
This section is about supporting people in Shared Lives arrangements to live an everyday life. The guidance covers:
3.01 Communication, choices and decisions: Details how schemes and Shared Lives carers can support people using or living in Shared Lives arrangements to make effective decisions, communicate their preferences and make the choices they want.
3.02 Family, friends, culture and community: Explains how schemes and Shared Lives carers can support people using or living in a Shared Lives arrangement to maintain and develop personal and family relationships, pursue their own cultural and religious customs and be active members of their local community in ways that they wish.
3.03 Safe friendships and relationships: provides information on how schemes and Shared Lives carers can support people using or living in Shared Lives arrangements to have safe friendships and relationships.
3.04. Personal care: Explains how personal care should be provided in Shared Lives arrangements.
3.05. Intermediate Care and Reablement: Guidance to assist Shared Lives schemes that are approached to provide intermediate or reablement care.
3.06. Staying healthy and making use of health resources: Guidance on how people living in Shared Lives arrangements can be supported to stay healthy
3.07. Responding positively to people whose behaviour challenge services: Guidance on how people who demonstrate challenging behaviour can be supported in Shared Lives arrangements and also how Shared Lives carers can be supported by the Shared Lives scheme with these arrangements.
3.09. Dealing with emergencies and crises: Guidance on how Shared Lives schemes and Shared Lives carers should deal with and respond to an emergency or a crisis.
3.10. Palliative or end of life care, death and dying: Guidance on how to support people in Shared Lives arrangements if palliative care is required or if someone in a Shared Lives arrangement is dying, or has died.
3.11. Keyholding: Guidance for schemes where they support someone in their own home and a Shared Lives carer needs to hold a key to the person's home.
3.12. Being missing from a Shared Lives arrangement: Guidance on what do if someone living or using a Shared Lives arrangement goes missing.
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