A short course supporting busy care home practitioners to get the most out of their local community
Community engagement is a key priority for care homes wishing to drive up their reputation, attract the next generation of potential employees into the care home sector, attract future customers, and most importantly, to help residents to connect with the people, places and things that really matter to them. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have recently identified community engagement as a key characteristic of outstanding care homes. Establishing links with the community that aren’t face-to-face is even more vital given social distancing and the loneliness it can create.
This training helps you take forward your own ambitions for community engagement. You will be supported on your own journey to:
If this is your ambition, let us help you get started!
My Home Life England has over 14 years of experience working with care homes. We have developed a programme called ‘Care Home Friends and Neighbours’ to make it easy for care homes to support neighbourliness and friendships that help care home residents feel cherished and part of civic and community life
Intergenerational Linking interactive workshops
For: Senior team leaders/Activity coordinators / wellbeing coordinators/ community connectors.
Details: 1 introductory call. 1 individual coaching sessions. 3 virtual sessions (2.5 hours each). Sessions take place once every three weeks.
We will cover all you need to know about getting started in community engagement. We will send you a box of materials that will accompany the course. During workshops you will be
You will receive a certificate of learning from City, University of London’s My Home Life England Programme.
Introductory call and coaching session: To be agreed with participant