This story is a logical explainer of the process from Michaela, an adult resident, that brilliantly utilised an FGC.
Olivia is a care home manager who recently attended her first FGC. Issues between Irene’s (a resident) next of kin and the home had been developing, the social worker David suggested an FGC as a way forward.
Peter had lived with dementia for three years before Marion, his wife, who was his primary carer reported concerns that he had become disoriented and was starting to forget things.
Andrea is a social worker and describes FGC as a great tool. Like a multi-tool that combines utensils such as a nail file and bottle opener into one, the FGC tool is multi-functional.
Daniel recently received a referral from a GP who felt some of his patient’s symptoms could be treated by addressing her relationship with her son.
We have had a number of stories that relate to carers over the last year but this one has been chosen because it supported Bob, a husband and carer to realise – with a little help – he can continue to look after Nora, his wife, in the family home.