Our Business Philosophy
Our aim is to support our service user’s in a manner that ensures that each individual is at the centre of all aspects of their personal needs and aspirations. We encourage people to live their lives as independently as possible, providing support and encouragement in areas that have been identified by the service user and their support team.
Employees play an important role in any business and at Innovation Care we truly value our staff team.
All new staff will have undergone an extensive pre-
We ensure staff undertake and regularly update all mandatory training such as, Basic First Aid, Moving & Handling, C.O.S.H.H. (care of substances hazardous to health) Fire Safety, Infection Control, Food Hygiene, Adult Protection and Safe Handling Of Medication. Mandatory training is based on meeting the current Care Standards and achieving the best possible outcomes taken from the Health and Social Care Act 2008.
Innovation Care also provides specialist training to meet the identified needs of both service users and staff such as Epilepsy, Dementia, The Management of Challenging Behaviour, Catheter and Stoma Care, Mental Capacity Act & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguarding, Health Action Planning, Activity Coordinator Training, Nail Care, De-
Innovation care has a robust policy for supervision. All staff receive regular supervision/appraisals and will have in place a Continuous Professional Development Plan. Our training officer will implement a training plan based on the needs of service users and the staff members.The training will be provided either in house with our own trainers, at a training venue arranged by Innovation Care, or on occasions staff will attend outside conferences and specialist training. All staff are encouraged to undertake Level 2/3 NVQ in Care.
Innovation Care first formed on the 07/04/1997 under the rather different name of The Silver Rooms (Stroud) Limited. There have been various business interests, however the company moved to its current status of running care homes when Prospect House in Cinderford was purchased in February of 2005. We expanded with the acquisition of Moor Court in October 2007. Innovation Care is a family run business with the sole director being John Kidd.
Should another opportunity to purchase a quality property in close proximity to Prospect House or Moor Court present itself, as a company we will look at the opportunity, We also continuously monitor opportunities outside of the core areas.