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1 Glasgow Low Secure LD Homestyle Model

2 Campsie House Campsie House Bute Ward

3 Campsie House Oct Unit set up in Lennox Castle as 4 bed Forensic Close Supervision facility for male LD patients from State Hospital Campsie House proved so successful that a second 4 bed unit opened in November Whitehouse Homestyle model of care decision as opposed to usual ‘hospital’ model.

4 Bute Ward Oct Unit set up in Dykebar Hospital (Same Homestyle Model) Oct 2011 – Unit moved to Leverndale Hospital 2012 Campsie House merged with Whitehouse Bute Ward and Campsie House now the GG&C Forensic Low Secure, Close Supervision LD Unit

5 Homestyle Model Personal Care Washing Ironing Budgeting Menu Planning Healthy Eating Shopping Meal Preparation Household Chores Gardening

6 Homestyle Model - challenges Balancing the model of care with the required security Patients living in these houses are expected to carry out their own everyday living activities as much as possible, supervised, guided and risk assessed by the staff responsible for their care Maintaining the level of supervision required (Requires appropriate staffing levels for supervision) Finding staff who fit in with the homestyle model and are committed to making the model work The secure environment is complimented by chosen meaningful and purposeful activities. This is manageable because of the relatively high staff to patient ratio Each patient has an individual seven-day activity programme reviewed regularly and detailed in his or her care plan

7 personal care without supervision =

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10 Homestyle Model - challenges Balancing the model of care with the required security Maintaining the level of supervision required (Requires appropriate staffing levels for supervision and management of risk) Patients living in these houses are expected to carry out their own everyday living activities as much as possible, supervised, guided and risk assessed by the staff responsible for their care Finding staff who fit in with the homestyle model and are committed to making the model work The secure environment is complimented by chosen meaningful and purposeful activities. This is manageable because of the relatively high staff to patient ratio Each patient has an individual seven-day activity programme reviewed regularly and detailed in his or her care plan

11 Homestyle Model - benefits good quality of life lots of activities – therapeutic & leisure Sense of pride / ownership Preparation for community Helps promote the therapeutic relationship between the clients and the staff as the required security is discreet but effective when necessary, and the environment non-confrontational. It also helps the clients who may previously have come from dysfunctional family situations to experience the positive as well as the negative aspects of sharing a home with others i.e. building relationships, mutual consideration, having company As a result of the choice and variety of activities provided and the structure in which they are delivered the patient’s energy is converted positively and the service experiences a lower level of aggressive behaviour than may be anticipated.

12 Activities Acorn Garden ProjectFishing Weekly Inter-hospital BowlsHome Visits Dogwalking (and Dogless Walking)Art Tutor Weekly personal shopping Trip 1:1 community outings AviaryFurther Education Silver Birch5 a side football Projectability Art GroupJewellery-making group Golf Driving RangeMusic (Guitar) Teacher Adult LiteracySwimming Psychological Intervention GroupsOT Groups Individual Psychological Interventions Men’s Group Relaxation Cinema / Theatre Home Visits Holidays Weekend Outings / bus runs

13 Dogwalking

14 Fishing

15 Healthy Eating Traffic Light Menu Planning System Dietician Input Patients choose from their menus Unit Shopping Food Preparation

16 Traffic Light Menu Planning System Red Meals Amber Meals Green Meals

17 a red meal

18 an amber meal

19 a green meal

20 the Dietician is about

21 Traffic Light Menu Planning System Red Meals Amber Meals Green Meals

22 Healthy Eating Traffic Light Menu Planning System Dietician Input Patients choose from their menus Unit Shopping Food Preparation

23 Shopping

24 Weekly Big Shop

25 Patient’s Holidays Requires appropriate staffing levels for supervision Staff commitment Mirror the Routine Normal Experience Strathpeffer Elgin Southerness Banff Drumnadrochit Aviemore

26 Holidays

27 Aviary Small Aviary in Garden Therapeutic Pet Care Totally Managed by staff and patients Homestyle Model

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29 Chicks

30 Budgies use the exact same Homestyle Model

31 Glasgow Low Secure LD Homestyle Model


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