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The Care Certificate

The Care Certificate has now been embedded into the Induction process for new staff coming into services and the Learning Together resources have been developed and staff have been successfully accessing them.

February 10, 2016

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Josephine’s Blogs!

Follow Josephine’s latest blogs here!

February 5, 2015

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Person Centred Thinking

Person Centred Thinking Blog by Lou Aisbith

January 5, 2015

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Safeguarding Adults in Northumberland

New Procedural Guidance issued for Safeguarding Adults in Northumberland.

August 4, 2014

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Safeguarding Adults Training for Service Managers

Safeguarding Adults Training for Service Managers proves to be a great success!

July 14, 2014

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We provide Learning and Development to the Health and Social Care employers of Northumberland including Northumberland County Council, Private, Voluntary and Independent employers including the wider health economy including GP, Dental, Optometry and Pharmacy practices.

Adult Provider

The Adult Provider Team provides high quality Learning & Development to Adult Social Care Services across Northumberland.  Services who have benefitted from attending our training include:  Nursing & Residential Care Homes, Domiciliary Care, Housing and Personal Assistants.

Care Management

The Care Management Team are responsible for the planning, delivery & co-ordination of training for staff including Social Workers, Care Co-ordinators and other practitioners involved with the delivery of support and care to a range of individuals with specific needs.

Josephine Blog

Josephine is an innovative interactive training resource, within LDU Community who work in partnership with Them Wifies. Josephine travels around Northumberland meeting groups of women with learning disabilities and enables them to talk about sensitive issues.

Click here to follow her blog.