We believe choosing the right models of care and the most appropriate approaches to treatment is key to ensuring consistency and excellence of delivery in any clinical setting. All the care we provide is evidence-based, person-centred and consistent with best practice guidance.
All our teams are tasked with ensuring that the care and interventions we deliver are consistent with NICE guidelines and quality standards. We build NICE audits into our internal quality processes to ensure continual process evaluation and improvement.
Every evidence-based treatment we provide has relevant outcome measures which are used to report on in review meetings and in feedback to our service users.
Multidisciplinary working is a fundamental part of what we do and ensures everyone has a voice in the development and implementation of all our personalised care plans.
As a signatory to the Restraint Reduction Network we have been focused for some time on reducing our use of physical interventions. Our innovative approach to incident data capture and analysis allows us to actively learn from incidents and helps us make great improvements in reducing both the severity and volume of incidents.