Meaningful Care Matters
Meaningful Care Matters’ primary goal is to collaboratively create meaningful care cultures where people are ‘Free to be Me’.
Established in 2019, Meaningful Care Matters (MCM) focuses on the development of resilient relationship-centred cultures of care shaped by the people living and working within them. Our relationships with the people, places and things that have shaped our life journey to make us who we are and sustain our sense of personhood. Engaging in moments, experiences and activities that resonate with who we are and meet our needs for love, attachment, belonging, agency, occupation, comfort and attachment makes life meaningful. Nurturing these person-centred relationships is therefore key to sustaining individual well-being and developing an emotionally resilient culture of care.
Person-centred care is therefore enhanced when carers have the confidence to be themselves, the insight to know what makes each encounter meaningful and the freedom to be guided by their empathy and practiced wisdom. These qualities and values are the heart of what is referred to as “Meaningful Engagement”.
We help customers access a variety of services, facilitating the effective and sustainable implementation of person-centred models of care for health, social/aged and disability care settings.
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Meaningful Care Matters are proud to announce we have recently achieved accredited CPD Status with CPD Standards Office