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 01792 510901

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 01792 846518

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 01639 899403

  "Care Without Compromise"

Staffing at Celtic Dawn

Celtic Care home in Swansea

The home is always staffed with a minimum of two staff at wakeful times, with a sleep in member of staff during the night. However, staffing levels are subject to change depending on the assessment of needs at the current time. The home is staffed accordingly in line with Care Home (Wales) Regulations 2002 and Reg. 18

Staff are trained to meet the service users needs and to recognise when they have changed. Appropriate action would then be taken accordingly.

The Proprietor/Responsible individual is Mr. Geoffrey Parry. Mr Parry was a local businessman with many years experience. He is fully committed to the Home and the Service Provision.

The Manager of the Home is Mrs. Christine Parry. This is a temporary position until the senior care worker has obtained his qualification with his QCF 5.

The Senior Care Worker is Carl Williams who has a vast experience with this service user group and is also working towards his QCF 5. Carl also holds other relevant qualifications as listed below:

  • 4 GCSE’s
  • NVQ Level 3 Health and Social Care
  • Pova 2
  • Management of aggression
  • C.O.S.S.H
  • Fire Awareness
  • Health and Safety
  • Dols
  • Risk Assessments
  • Peg Feeding
  • First Aid
  • Supervision For Managers
  • Mental Health Act 2005
  • Manual Handling
  • Food Safety
  • Infection Control
  • Positive Behaviour Management
  • Advocacy For Managers
  • Person Centred Care
  • Develop As A Worker
  • Mental Health First Aid
  • Hand Hygiene
  • Induction Awareness
  • Support Planning

Staff Training

The staff at the Home are trained to a high standard, are positive and well motivated, and all have trained to NVQ levels 2, 3, and 4. Staff are encouraged to progress in their training, Potential staff who do not wish to train will not be employed at the Home as appropriately. If there was need for clinical waste disposal. Appropriate arrangements will be made for this, and a Duty of Care Certificate held.

To assist in ensuring the privacy and dignity of the service users, staff will knock, wait for a reply and only enter service users rooms after having sought and been given a approval However there may be occasion when it will be necessary for staff to enter the individuals room in case of an emergency, or in order to keep up the standard of hygiene/cleanliness. In case of the latter it is envisaged that the service user will participate, to an extent in this activity as part of their daily living skills plan. At the service users meetings, the service users are welcome to have a representative present if they so wish. The Proprietor or his representative will also be present occasionally or be available at the request of the individual to discuss matters in private if required.

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