Ambition 24Direct has published new data pages on Complex
Care to set out the programmes that the agency can develop with patients
and other stakeholders to support independent living. Care is centred on the
needs of each person and takes full account of their choices and preferences to
ensure the best quality standards, according to Penny Streeter OBE, managing
director of the A24 Group:
“Our patients include people with a wide range of
conditions and disabilities, including physical and mental health issues, as
well as those requiring respite and palliative care, and others who need
support following a stay in hospital.
“Ambition 24Direct works with Primary Care Trusts,
GPs and others who commission care to ensure a prompt and responsive service to
assess and meet each person’s needs. We develop a comprehensive care programme;
liaise with healthcare professionals and designated family members; provide
qualified, experienced nurses and care assistants; and then monitor and manage
the programme with regular reporting and reviews.”
Ambition 24Direct works in collaboration with a range
of agencies to provide medical and care staff within a total management
programme. This enables health and social care stakeholders to meet their
objectives, confident in the standards and reporting procedures that are
Service users and other stakeholders have a direct
line of communication at all times with Ambition’s care and nursing managers.
The responsible agency manager liaises actively with the commissioners of each
programme to ensure high quality provision of service. Ambition
encourages feedback and provides information on progress and on any issues that
may arise so they can be addressed at the earliest opportunity.
Ambition 24Direct is regulated by the Care Quality
Commission. The agency ensures that nurses and support workers are inducted and
suitably trained and qualified for the home and community as required.
Private nursing care treatment news: 16 November 2011