We have in-house trainers of Non Abusive Psychological and Physical interventions (NAPPI) and Manual Handling, all managers and deputy managers have attained or are currently studying for Level 5 Diplomas in Leadership in Health and Social Care and we also have Arts Psychotherapist and Behaviorist within the team.
We have a quality assurance manager Lorna Lees Grossman who completes our quality audits monthly and she case tracks service users and staff to identify any improvements or good practice models are in place.
Wings Care employs the latest developments in industry technology to handle all administrational aspects of the service. Every area of interest is managed within the same piece of software so that staff are able to access information quickly and efficiently.
Finances, rotas, training and internal message boards are all included in the system, with the amount of information available being made accessible according to team member’s positions on a need to know basis, with the confidentiality of service user and personnel’s private details as a priority.
The time saved by using such an efficient system means that staff have the maximum amount of time to be spent with service users.
Wings Care became members of the Liverpool City Region eHealth Cluster in January 2015. We have hosted the eHealth Cluster Supported Living project group here at our premises, which involved Rosemary Kay from the eHealth Cluster, Expect Excellence, The Francis Taylor Foundation, Damibu and Well Made Studio. Through this group we have started to explore the use of Assisted technology in supported living environments, with input from local technology companies. As part of the support we received from the eHealth cluster we also attended subsequent events in collaboration with the other providers and Liverpool CCG (More Independent Programme) and Merseyside Fire and Rescue Services to explore the products available relevant to our services.