Resources

We are delighted to share the learning and resources from the Hospital to Home project and would love to hear your feedback. Please feel free to contact Julie Dixon-Patterson Julie.dixonpatterson@ageuknorthtyneside.org.uk if you require further information or assistance.

1/ General Volunteer Resources

Role – Mealtime Volunteer

Role – Wellbeing Volunteer

Role – Observation Volunteer

Volunteer Hospital to Home Application form

Volunteer Interview Assessment Form

DBS Document Guidance

Overview of Hospital Mealtime Volunteer Recruitment & Training Process

Overview of Hospital Wellbeing Volunteer Recruitment & Training Process

Overview of Obsevation Volunteer Recruitment & Training Process

Volunteer Support and Supervision Form – July 2013-V1

2/ Hospital Mealtime Volunteer Training Resources

North Tyneside General Hospital Mealtime Volunteer Handbook

New Presentation – Hospital to Home Induction (Mealtimes)

Presentation by Dietician – Mealtime assistance volunteers 15 11 12

Presentation by Speech & Language Therapy – Hospital mealtime volunteers workshop dec 2012

Risk Assessment NTGH Ward 9

Mealtime Volunteers – Questionnaire (handbook and training)

3/ Hospital Wellbeing  Volunteer Training Resources

North Tyneside General Hospital Wellbeing Handbook

Event Protocol – Wellbeing and Information Programme

New Presentation – Hospital to Home Induction (Mealtimes)

4/ Hospital Observation  Volunteer Training Resources

Observation Volunteer Mandatory Training – lesson plan

Presentation – Hospital to Home Induction (Observation)

Dementia and Person Centred Care Quiz

Dementia and Person Centred Care

Quiz- Answers

What to look out for document

New Feedback_Form for observations

6/ Project Surveys and data collection

Hospital Volunteers Hours Record Sheet

Beneficiary Project Questionaire + consent

NHTG NHS staff survey – Wellbeing Vols

NTGH NHS staff survey – Mealtime Vols

Mealtime Volunteers – Questionair (handbook and training)

Wellbeing Volunteers – Questionair (handbook and training)

Observation Volunteers – Questionair (training)

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