Nutrition and well-being
“We will support care providers by encouraging positive changes that will actively raise the standard of care, each care provider is responsible for listening and acting upon concerns raised which benefits the care being provided. Nightingales Army is here to raise awareness about the concerns that are being expressed and unaddressed”
We promote good quality, healthy food and addressing mental and physical well-being before it becomes detrimental. Care staff and providers are on the go for long hours, often speaking to many individuals, documenting and handing over information, ensuring the safety and well-being of those around them and keeping up with infection control measures. After all this only then does the carer think of themselves. Have they had a drink in the last 6-8 hours? eaten food? Probably not. The carers care for the individuals in need but who cares for the carers? Providing staff with good, healthy, nutritious options to keep them alert active and maintain good concentration is beneficial to their health and well-being and will be reflected in their work and productivity.
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Nightingales Army spoke to local gyms and leisure centers within West Sussex, we found them to support care providers companies to apply for a discount on memberships for their staff, in fact quite a few already have this service up and running. Why is this not being promoted?
Nightingales Army encourages care providers to offer gyms and leisure center discounts to their staff and encourage staff to ask for this alternative reward. Perks like this, could gain new staff, contribute to retention and personal growth through a rise in mental and physical well-being, this will hugely contribute to reducing sickness and improve the standard of care being delivered to the service user.
We are not suggesting no to all treats, we are just providing balance. As we would do for our services users, so we should do for ourselves.
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