To mark World Delirium Awareness Day, HOPSLA has developed the delirium capability self-reflection toolkit for inpatient teams who work with older people to use during the week 12 – 16 March.
The self-reflection toolkit can help engage and encourage teams to identify what is working well with their delirium care, and where improvements could be made.
Did you receive this tool? We would like to find out what has been useful and get ideas to improve the toolkit for next year. If you did or did not use the tool, please complete this brief survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/delirium_feedback
Please answer all questions. Survey closes 5pm, 29 March 2018.
Dementia is Everybody's Business - working together to achieve a shared South Island model of care
A regional model of care for dementia services to reflect best practice and ensure consistency across the South Island.
South Island delirium stocktake
The results of a stocktake to better understand how delirium is recognised, prevented, and managed in the South Island, across all health service settings.
Restorative Care in the South Island
Two restorative care guides to support older people to be independent, care for themselves and interact with their community, family and whānau for as long as possible.
Consumer guide: www.sialliance.health.nz/restorativeconsumer
Health professional guide: www.sialliance.health.nz/restorativeprofessional
Below is a collection of websites, reports and information relating to Health of Older People:
Showcasing Aged-care nursing online resource: