How to Evaluate Care Plans & Write Quarterly Reviews

How to Evaluate Care Plans & Write Quarterly Reviews

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Evaluation is the act of assessing a Care Plan to determine its worth. With regular evaulation and quarterly reviews, a care plan is an invaluable tool for residents, staff and family members.

There is no right way or only way to write a care plan. So long as you communicate objectives and interventions clearly and evaluate regularly, you're on the right track!

Evaluation is the act of assessing a Care Plan to determine its worth. With regular evaulation and quarterly reviews, a care plan is an invaluable tool for residents, staff and family members.

In this article we cover:

  • Evaluation Categories (Forumative & Summative)
  • The Benefits of Evaluating Care Plans
  • Planning a Care Plan Evaluation
  • Collection of data
  • Analysis of data
  • Writing Quarterly Reviews
  • Quarterly Review Samples

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MARYANN 21st Jan 2017
This looks great would be awesome for Residential Care - congratulations -
Kathleen 17th Jun 2015
I have only done a c4 health and Leisure course finished end of last yr.. haven't actually worked as one yet I do homecare at moment.. but i would suggest maybe starting with the 5 senses, using main headings in care plans, review forms etc and brainstorming maybe even in a group or with a friend and see how many descriptive and appropriate words you can come up with.
Ellen 16th Jun 2015
Thanks for mentioning this Stephanie, I too would find it useful if there was a list of key words to draw from especially when writing a review. Even though all our residents are individual and their needs are varied I often find I am using the same words continuously. This too is mainly due to time constraints when attending to the paperwork side of things....
kind regards Ell
Stephanie 10th Jun 2015
This will be a helpful guide. Although, I would like to see more Quarterly Review Samples, and a list of key words used when writing a Review.
Personally, I struggle to find the appropriate terminology to string together, to reflect a professional statement. Whilst we are all working within time lines and precious little time, this would be helpful.

with many thanks.
S
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