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The 10 Year Challenge
Published: 17th Jan 19
Hands up, who's done it? The Facebook 10 year challenge has been doing the rounds since the start of the new year. If you've been living on another planet (or working away hard in a care home - same thing), and have not heard of it, the "challenge" is to post a picture of you 10 years ago, alongside a current picture to show your friends how much you have changed in a decade. It seems to have taken those who have done it on an unintended, extended journey, further than looking at their facial features, body shape, hair colour and wrinkles. People are looking at how their whole lives have changed in that decade. Where were they then compared to where they are now. For some it has sparked positivity, their lives growing and becoming better, for others nothing has changed and they are perhaps stuck in the same old rut, and for a small and unlucky few it's brought the realisation that life has taken some bad turns and they are now somewhere they don't want to be. It is something we don't usually do, sit back and think hard about everything that has happened over a defined time period (who has the time). We deal with "challenges" and changes on a daily basis and so the majority go un-noticed, although each single event is shaping where we are going to end up. So, our challenge to you readers, care business Owners, facitlity Managers is to undertake the 10 Year Challenge. Where was your home 10 years ago, where is it now? How is it performing differently according to CQC? Have certain areas taken a steady decline? Have they improved? Alongside the answers you find to these questions, there is a bigger question to ask: WHY? For those lucky people who jumped on board with CMS 10 years ago or longer, its simple to run reports dating back this far so that you can compare results side by side. For those of you who have not got it, perhaps it would be worthwhile thinking of investing. Think how much different things could look in another 10 years. It's easy to become complacent, our industry is hard and time is a rare commoditiy. All too often we read the stories of failing homes, and sadly sometimes we see them in front of our own eyes in black and white, talking about us specifically. Perhaps it is time to take a good hard look at your 10 year journey so far. Lets make it better when you look back in 2029!
 
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Prospect House have recently been rated 'GOOD' by CQC. CMS has been instrumental in the overall CQC rating they received.
Prospect House
Prospect House is a 60 bedded residential and nursing home with EMI services based in the centre of Malpas, Cheshire. Prospect House have recently been rated 'GOOD' by CQC. CMS has been instrumental in the overall CQC rating they received. Joanne Scott Operations Manager has this to say "We invested in the Ablyss Care Management System a number of years ago and it has proved to be one of the very best decisions we have made. Particularly impressive features include the user-friendly nature of the system meaning new staff can be inducted in how to use the system with great ease and the built-in e-mail system which now forms the foundation of our communication and handover routines." "We particularly like the flexibility and adaptability of the system and the powerful audit and bespoke report design functionality which we use extensively. We are regularly finding new functions that the system is capable of and have recently commenced using the staffing module to assist with rota planning for the benefit of everyone involved in care in the home." "The support available from the team at Ablyss during our system set-up was instrumental in the early stages and the ongoing support provided by them is second to none. We would not hesitate to recommend the system to others."
The Ablyss CMS is probably one of the best investments we have made in the thirty five years we have been running our care home.
The Ablyss CMS is probably one of the best investments we have made in the thirty five years we have been running our care home. It is comprehensive, flexible, adaptable and regularly updated in response to customer feedback and any changes in legislation or current good practice. It does what Ablyss claims it does. The single most impressive feature has to be their help line, a helpline that is helpful! No mind numbing menus to work your way through, straight to a real person who knows what they are talking about. I have never come off the phone to them without my questions being answered or my problem resolved. No other organisation we deal with comes close. Well done!
Our trainer, who had healthcare experience, could support the staff working on the floor, assisting with accurate and detailed point of care recording
Spring Grove Nursing Home
Situated in North London, Spring Grove is part pf the Springdene Nursing & Care Home Group.  This case study looks at how the system was implemented with a bespoke implementation plan created especially for the home  
 
 
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The 10 Year Challenge
Published: 17th Jan 19
Hands up, who's done it? The Facebook 10 year challenge has been doing the rounds since the start of the new year. If you've been living on another planet (or working away hard in a care home - same thing), and have not heard of it, the "challenge" is to post a picture of you 10 years ago, alongside a current picture to show your friends how much you have changed in a decade. It seems to have taken those who have done it on an unintended, extended journey, further than looking at their facial features, body shape, hair colour and wrinkles. People are looking at how their whole lives have changed in that decade. Where were they then compared to where they are now. For some it has sparked positivity, their lives growing and becoming better, for others nothing has changed and they are perhaps stuck in the same old rut, and for a small and unlucky few it's brought the realisation that life has taken some bad turns and they are now somewhere they don't want to be. It is something we don't usually do, sit back and think hard about everything that has happened over a defined time period (who has the time). We deal with "challenges" and changes on a daily basis and so the majority go un-noticed, although each single event is shaping where we are going to end up. So, our challenge to you readers, care business Owners, facitlity Managers is to undertake the 10 Year Challenge. Where was your home 10 years ago, where is it now? How is it performing differently according to CQC? Have certain areas taken a steady decline? Have they improved? Alongside the answers you find to these questions, there is a bigger question to ask: WHY? For those lucky people who jumped on board with CMS 10 years ago or longer, its simple to run reports dating back this far so that you can compare results side by side. For those of you who have not got it, perhaps it would be worthwhile thinking of investing. Think how much different things could look in another 10 years. It's easy to become complacent, our industry is hard and time is a rare commoditiy. All too often we read the stories of failing homes, and sadly sometimes we see them in front of our own eyes in black and white, talking about us specifically. Perhaps it is time to take a good hard look at your 10 year journey so far. Lets make it better when you look back in 2029!
 
Prospect House have recently been rated 'GOOD' by CQC. CMS has been instrumental in the overall CQC rating they received.
Prospect House
Prospect House is a 60 bedded residential and nursing home with EMI services based in the centre of Malpas, Cheshire. Prospect House have recently been rated 'GOOD' by CQC. CMS has been instrumental in the overall CQC rating they received. Joanne Scott Operations Manager has this to say "We invested in the Ablyss Care Management System a number of years ago and it has proved to be one of the very best decisions we have made. Particularly impressive features include the user-friendly nature of the system meaning new staff can be inducted in how to use the system with great ease and the built-in e-mail system which now forms the foundation of our communication and handover routines." "We particularly like the flexibility and adaptability of the system and the powerful audit and bespoke report design functionality which we use extensively. We are regularly finding new functions that the system is capable of and have recently commenced using the staffing module to assist with rota planning for the benefit of everyone involved in care in the home." "The support available from the team at Ablyss during our system set-up was instrumental in the early stages and the ongoing support provided by them is second to none. We would not hesitate to recommend the system to others."
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