A set of risk assessment documents which may be scored and colour coded some of which must be completed as part of the admissions process. General risk assessments are reviewed regularly in accordance with your own standards and procedures.
This document is to be completed when we are regularly monitoring an individual’s pain who is having difficulty verbalising this to us due to dementia or a brain impairment.
Risk assessment Based on HSE guidance - BS EN 60601-2-52:2010 particular requirements for basic safety and essential performance medical beds (British Standards Institution).
Standard risk assessment for dehydration. Usually undertaken simultaneously with Malnutrition risk assessment.
Standard risk assessment covering the identification, management and risk of falling.
Standard risk assessment for malnutrition. Usually undertaken simultaneously with Dehydration risk assessment.
Standard risk assessment to identify where injuries from moving and handling could occur and what to do to prevent them.
Standard risk assessment for oral health, including dental health and daily mouth care, for adults in care homes. The aim is to maintain and improve their oral health and ensure timely access to dental treatment.
Standard assessment for individual residents intended to identify those who are unlikely to self-evacuate due to physical or neurological impairment. PEEPs are intended to identify the evacuation equipment required and the level of staff assistance necessary to evacuate a resident quickly and safely. The colour coding of the assessment is used throughout the nuagecare web portal and app interface to give immediate guidance in the case of an emergency evacuation.
Standard risk assessment to identify risk of a patient/client developing a pressure ulcer.