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CCQ LEVEL 1 – BASIC CARE CONTROL COMPETENCY

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1. Introduction to Care Control Why use an electronic care system?
How do you enter the data?
Typical care monitoring and frequency
Being kept in the loop
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2. Signing in and out of work How to sign in and out of work on Care Control Pocket and Mobile View here
3. Completing a Checklist Recording information on Care Control Mobile – Care, Housekeeping, Maintenance View here

 

CCQ LEVEL 2 – CARE CONTROL MOBILE HOME SCREEN

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1. Care Control Mobile Home Screen Part 1 – Looking at the options on the Care Control Mobile Home Screen – Your Staff Menu, Record Care Plan Information, View Residents’ Care Plans, View Home Status View here

CCQ LEVEL 3 – CARE CONTROL MOBILE (BASIC)

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1. Recording Care – Part 1 Looking at different ways of recording care on Care Control – Summary Screen, Show Care Plans, Outstanding Tasks, Bath, Creams, Catheter, Personal Care, Movement, Fluid Intake, Food Intake View here
2. Recording Care – Part 2 Record care in the Record Care Plan Information screen – Activities, Bath/Shower, Creams, Fluid Intake, Medical visit, Movement View here
3. Care Plan Notes Record Care Plan Notes on Care Control Mobile – Personal Care, Resident Pictures, Sleep Information, Weight, Wellbeing Check, Recording an Incident View here

CCQ LEVEL 4 – CARE CONTROL POCKET

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1. Care Control Pocket – A first look The Summary Screen, Recording Fluid Intake, Actions Needed, Creams View here
2. Entering Care on Care Control Pocket – Part 2 Food Intake, Movement, Personal Care View here
3. Entering Care on Care Control Pocket – Part 3 Care Review sections, Fast Facts, Notes, Recording information, Recording Resident Observations, Referencing information on the Care Review View here
4. The Blue Button The Blue Button, Handover Notes, Staff Menu, Shifts, Messages, Rota, Timesheet View here
5. Using Care Control Pocket Off and Online Allocated Tasks, Record Something, Working off/online, Recording Fluids, Activities, Additional Care/Ad Hoc Care Tasks View here

CCQ LEVEL 5 – CARE CONTROL MOBILE AND WINDOWS – SENIOR CARER

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1. New Service User – Mobile Add a new Service User or Resident onto the Mobile System – add personal information and set up monitoring. View here
2. New Service User – Windows Add a new service user or resident using Care Control Windows – add personal details and treatment escalation plans. View here
3. Completing a Care Plan Add a Care Review using Care Control Windows. View here
4. Senior Care on Mobile and Windows – Part 1 Add additional information onto a Care Review and amend a Care Review. View here
5. Senior Care on Mobile and Windows – Part 2 Risk Assessments and PEEPS View here

CCQ LEVEL 6 – AUDITING

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1. Auditing the Home Status How to audit the system, i.e. how to get the information out of the system and how to look at what is outstanding. View here
2. Auditing Integrity Checks How to look at each of the Care Plans for each of your residents to see where the issues are. View here
3. Auditing Custom Tasks How to audit the Custom Tasks. This will allow you to see the date, the time, who completed a task and any comments that have been added onto the task. View here
4. Auditing Incident Analysis How to look at Incident Analysis which will allow you to analyse any incidents that have been recorded onto the system. View here
5. Auditing the Monitoring Analysis for Frequent Care Tasks How to audit the various Monitoring Areas: Fluid Intake, Intensive Care, Movement, Sleep Monitoring, Wellbeing Checks. View here
6. Auditing the Document Library How to check if staff have opened documents they have been asked to read. View here
7. Auditing the Care Plan Note Analysis How to analyse notes that have been put onto the system for residents. View here
8. Auditing Your Usage Health Check How to get an overall picture of your Care Control Usage. View here