Daisy Best Practice Award
Jane Hibbert Ashton and Rebecca Wright (Senior Home Instead) with Janet Robson (Dignity Matron – Integrated Community Business Group – Stockport Foundation Trust
Senior Care Home Instead
Daisy Best Practice Nomination
Jane always goes above and beyond with our Clients Mr and Mrs W. Jane has made a positive impact, and enabled our Clients to remain together at home as per their wishes.
Jane encourages our clients to maintain their independence – maintaining skills and abilities about their home and encourages Mr and Mrs W to complete tasks – with a lot of laughs along the way.
Jane monitors all Our Clients daily needs as well as emotional needs and reports back to the office and family member –advising of support that has been provided.
Jane increased her Working Hours with Home Instead Senior Care – to support our Clients in times of emergency and always goes the extra mile.
Our Clients family member will ring the office to inform “I don’t know what I would do without Jane”
Effect on the Service/ Service User
Our Clients have been able to remain at home, together as married couple as per their wishes.
As our Clients advancing diagnosis of Dementia has affected our Client in various ways Jane has invented new ways to enable them to maintain their independence and inclusion of their care- Jane and Mrs W now call Personal Care pamper sessions – manage household tasks together and regular food Shopping –Jane also keeps track of appointments and reminders of events pending.
Jane never complains she just “gets on with it” Jane is so passionate about her job, she really makes a big difference to our Clients lives – and she doesn’t even know it.
The nomination met the following Dignity Challenges:
• Treating People as an individual
• Maintaining Independence
• Listening and Supporting
• Engaging with family members
• Assisting to maintain confidence and positive self esteem
• Alleviating loneliness and isolation