We are pleased to announce that our new document set, AutumnCare Forms 2019 is available now!
AutumnCare Forms 2019 contains both new and updated forms and assessments dedicated to the Aged Care Quality Standards.
The key challenges that have been addressed include demonstrating:
- Consumer choice
- Consumer involvement in planning and reviewing care and preferences
- Supporting consumers in taking assessed, considered risks
- A focus on consumer feedback and improving consumer outcomes
Preparing for Accreditation
Assessment against the new Standards will commence on 1 July 2019.
AutumnCare Forms 2019 is designed to assist users in demonstrating compliance with these Standards.
To help users demonstrate Ongoing Assessment and Planning with Consumers, we have incorporated electronic signing of care plans by consumers and consumer representatives.
Agreed Care and Service Plan Review forms have been created to complete during Care Plan reviews.
Risk assessments have been created to assist staff in comprehensively assessing any risk a consumer wishes to take.
This supports the consumers right to choose.
Privacy and Dignity
Personal Privacy Preferences is a new form designed to inform staff of each individuals privacy needs.
This communicates when consumer representatives are to be involved in decision making.
Promote respect and dignity for all consumers by utilising AutumnCare’s privacy documentation.
AutumnCare’s new Consumer Evaluation form facilitates the collection of consumer feedback in a simple and straightforward format.
Once complete, the Consumer Evaluation provides insight into consumer satisfaction with how well their care needs are being met.
This information will assist in demonstrating Organisational Governance under the new Standards.
Upgrade to AutumnCare Forms 2019 Now
Please email us or phone 1800 422 472 to book in a time that suits you.
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