Download your Stop Look Care booklet for carers
Get your free guide to help you spot any signs of concern about the person you care for.
Carers are in the ideal position to recognise changes in an individual’s condition by monitoring them and or noticing any deterioration in a person’s wellbeing. A new, free booklet aims to increase awareness of issues of concern and supports you as a carer to refer on when appropriate. It highlights:
- Why different aspects of observation and care are important
- What to look for
- What action to take
About the booklet
The booklet is intended for use by care home staff and also unpaid carers of relatives and friends.
The guide was created by NHS Crawley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)/ NHS Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG in association with local health and social care, and voluntary organisations.
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