A course designed to provide health and social care staff with information that will aid them in providing adequate hydration and nutrition for people in their care
This session aims to provide health and social care staff with examples of how they can provide adequate hydration and nutrition for people in their care, including, in particular, the very young and older people.
It includes examples of when people may need additional support with meals and hydration, and encourages staff to be mindful of their duty of care in this regard.
Half Day : Online Course
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Certificate of Completion: Upon completion of your training course, you will receive a Certificate of completion displaying your full name, course completed as well as the date of completion. You can print this out or save it digitally to showcase your accomplishment.
- Explain the importance of good hydration and nutrition in maintaining health and wellbeing of individuals in care settings
- List signs and symptoms of poor hydration and nutrition
- Explain how to promote adequate hydration and nutrition
- Identify the effects of culture and religion on an individual’s dietary requirements and preferences
- Describer the importance of food safety, including hygiene, in the preparation and handling of food in care settings
- Demonstrate how to report any concerns to the relevant person
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