Report Writing

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Recording and Report Writing

Report writing 150x150 Report WritingThis one day course improves accurate and ethical recording and reporting in residential care.  Good recording is an essential part of on-going assessment and is necessary to evidence outcomes and value for money.  Reports are sometimes written in a way that tells more about the emotions of the adult than the event.  Staff who keep written records need to be mindful that their reports may be read by their young person, and pejorative language or a judgemental tone can damage relationships.  The programme aims to help staff report incidents accurately, and in so doing safeguard young people and workers, whilst protecting relationships.

Learning outcomes:

  • Identify who records and reports are written for
  • Record and report within the legal framework
  • Consider the impact of written records and reports on service users
  • Moderate the effects of language in a written report
  • Develop reflective practice and gain insight into how our own feelings can dangerously influence report writing
  • Accurately record events, separating fact from opinion
  • Record agreed, planned interventions in incident reports
  • Give a clear account of any resolution
  • Apply the basic rules of English grammar
  • Submit an incident report to the required standard, or seek assistance in so doing

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