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Decision support tools: making a decision about a health condition

These decision support tools are designed to support shared decision making between people and a clinician. People may find they are useful before, during or between consultations depending on their care pathway. These tools have been developed in accordance with The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence standards framework for shared decision making support tools, including patient decision aids. You can find all of the decision support tools by clicking this link: https://www.england.nhs.uk/publication/decision-support-tools-making-a-decision-about-a-health-condition/


Dysphagia – Eating and drinking difficulties -Free online training offer

The aim of the training is to increase the knowledge and confidence of staff and families who support people with dysphagia. This training is a 3hr session accessed via Microsoft Teams. The training will cover: • The normal swallow, what can go wrong and why• What can cause a problem and signs to look out for• The role of Speech and Language Therapy in supporting eating and drinking• Reports, guidelines and support tools (placemats)• Food and drink modification (IDDSI)• Support…


Person-centred thinking tools

Person-centred thinking tools from Helen Sanderson Associates to help people to think and plan for their life. What are person-centred thinking tools? Person-centred thinking tools are a set of easy to use templates that are used to give structure to conversations. Using them is a practical way to capture information that feeds into care and support planning, as well as to improve understanding, communication and relationships. Explore the tools and download templates Click for more info and templates: Perfect WeekSorting important to/forWhat’s…

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