Care homes achieve gold standard in end of life care


Posted on March 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The first 35 care homes in the UK to have achieved ‘Gold Standard’ accreditation for end of life care have been named by Help the Aged and new charity Omega, the National Association for End of Life Care.

The Gold Standards Framework for Care Homes Training Programme (GSFCH), aims to improve the organisation and quality of care for residents in the last years of life, to improve team working with others and to reduce avoidable hospital admissions. To qualify for accreditation, care homes must have undertaken the full GSFCH Training





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