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Wanted: Dignity Champions for the care sector

25-Jan-17

If you or a family member has ever been in the hands of care professionals then you will realise the importance of ensuring dignity and compassion is upheld to the highest of standards.

At Nurse Plus, all staff are thoroughly trained in delivering dignified care at all times to make certain that customers receive a first class service that is tailored to their needs.

As keen Dignity Champions, they uphold The 10 Dignity Dos, as set out by Dignityincare.org and encourage an open door policy for family members, friends and carers.

In 2006 the Dignity in Care campaign launched with the aim of improving the quality of care and ensuring that people who use healthcare services are treated as individuals and are given choice, control and a sense of purpose in their lives.

This year the Dignity Action awareness day is set to take place on 1 February 2017 and they are inviting you to get involved by going along to one of their coffee mornings.

Clients and carers can come down to the Eastbourne branch between 10am and 4pm and the Newton Abbot office between 10am and 12pm to enjoy a hot drink and a chat, whilst staff are welcome at the Plymouth branch between 1.30pm and 3pm.

Attendees will be given the opportunity to learn more about how Nurse Plus can assist with confidence building and social inclusion to ensure that clients do not suffer from loneliness and isolation, as well as giving everyone a chance to discuss how to further improve services and uphold their values.

For more information on Dignity Action Day, visit Dignity in Care or get in contact with the Nurse Plus branch managers.

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