Testimonials

  • We are delighted to confirm our status as a GOLD provider to Dorset County for Adult Social Care provision.

  • Terri I just want to thank your for all the work you do. As I'm fully aware that you have a large work load . But you still find time to help staff with work & personal issues. It's thanks to you & Sinead that I feel I can do my best work for clients in the knowledge that just as I support clients I know that when I've needed it I've been supported by you. Thanks for being there . Your a great mentor. (Staff member)

  • Thank you for copying me into this email. I'm so pleased to hear about his voluntary work, as it's something he's been wanting to go back to doing for so long now. Please can you pass on my thanks to the team for working with him so successfully and helping him to achieve his outcomes. (Social Worker)

  • Thanks for yesterday. We all thought the meeting went well and we were impressed with UKSLS understanding of challenging behaviour and plans to resolve difficult situations. (Family)

  • It was great to see the high standard of accommodation and care that N enjoys. (Social Worker)



 

An update from Stephen Lawson


“UKSLS now has the database system C.O.R.P working efficiently in all houses where there are full time services. For smaller services which don’t have the benefit of C.O.R.P. we record information via the head office and/or from the “out of hours” on—call system, the contact with these “lone workers” ensures our Health and Safety responsibilities are managed. With the help of all the staff teams the system is working effectively, so thank you for all your efforts in embracing this new and innovative technology.

We are currently in the process of signing off the finishing touches to the system which includes new care planning tools, incident reports and Management Information production systems. This will enable UKSLS to chart individual Service User’s behaviours and provide this information to the professionals who work for the statutory organisations. It will also allow us to both understand why our Service Users behave in certain ways and to positively manage any negative impacts these behaviours have.”

Stephen Lawson Dips Nurse, Bsc Hons, CMI 7, CMgr, MCMI

Managing Director

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Named ‘the hidden workforce’, this report highlights that more than six million people, in the UK alone, are full time carers for relatives or friends. Here are some of their stories by the BBC.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-30290967

An interesting report by the BBC this week

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-30261980