A Caring Culture - Understanding Cultural Differences in Care Services, Central Library, Monday, 25. March 2019

In delivering best practice person-centred care services, it is fundamentally important to understand your client's cultural background. This is because understanding a person's cultural needs or preferences will contribute to their quality of life and supports their dignity in their care provision.
This training seminar provides a clear understanding of the main local cultures with regard to delivering care services within Health & Social Care premises or delivering care services in the home.
Please be advised only people working the care sector may attend this event. It is the discretion of the Organiser to decline any bookings from delegates from other sectors.

Aim
Cultural information based on Liverpool's population is provided in the context of delivering care services for the purpose of improving lives.

Content
The main cultures reviewed are: Indian, Polish, Caribbean, Irish, Jewish and Jehovah's Witnesses.
For each culture, there will be insights into different aspects of beliefs and lifestyles such as:
TraditionsCommunication Style Social InteractionReligionFoods
The information will deepen and clarify understanding how to improve communicating and building relationships with people from different cultures receiving care services. 

Benefits
The benefits are gaining knowledge to implement person-centred support in meeting the cultural needs of a person to contribute to achieving outstanding care.
Also, an electronic certificate will be provided after the training seminar to each person who attended to contribute towards their training and development plan.

Monday, 25. March 2019, Central Library, A Caring Culture - Understanding Cultural Differences in Care Services

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