Sir William Beveridge Foundation

Working on Health & Social Care; Women Empowerment; Training & Education; Research & Dementia Friendly Care Village

Health and Social Care Training in Bangladesh

Health and Social Care Education and Training is our big strength to ensure the quality of services at home care or any care home setting. With the continuation of it, we welcome international trainer(s) along with our national experts to train our care and core staffs to perform professionally in the health and social care sector. The Foundation has achieved Government accreditation as The Care Training Institute of Sir William Beveridge Foundation from Bangladesh Technical Education Board alongside its international recognition. Since 2008, we have been proving various health and social care training to the people who are interested in providing health and social care support to the elderly at their own household. Some other national organisations also supported us to deliver the professional care training to create employment nationally and internationally especially, Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation Bangladesh. Their tremendous support in health and social care training project motivates us to stand strongly across the country.

Training Programme for Underprivileged Women

Sir William Beveridge Foundation (SWBF) together with Model livestock Advancement Foundation (MLAF) and Humanity Beyond Barriers (HBB) under a signed MOU organised a month long Care Giver’s Training for 20 underprivileged women. SWBF selected and trained them to be good Care Givers Assistant. SWBF also plan to suitably employ them soon enough thus empower them accordingly. On completion of training certificates were distributed among successful participants by Major General Jiban Kanai Das (Retd), Country Director, SWBF, Dr Salma Sultana President MLAF and Dr Durre Chowdhury, PD, HBB. Mr Manab Sarker, Project Coordinator SWBF, planned coordinated and organised the entire event.

Professional Training To Care Staffs By Ms. Jill Fisher

On the 21st of October, a full day training programme was organised by the Foundation as an in-service training programme for its Care Assistants to make them uptodate with Care services and provisions. Ms. Jill Fisher – a famous British Neuro-physiotherapist and Prof. Paul Fisher, Professor of Dentistry at the Royal College in London have spoken more than adequately to emphasise on the importance of these two subjects on the Elder Care provisions in general and also to educate our Care Assistants on the subject of Position and medical postures of the vulnerable elders. The Founder- Executive Director- Rahman Jilani PhD and Country Director- Jiban Kanai Das were also present at the day long training.

Professional Training To Community Care Assistants (CCA)

We are happy to say that our foundation has an MOU in place with PKSF for rendering professional training to Community Care Assistants (CCA). In line with MOU already signed in July 2017, the 3rd batch of CCA Training has officially launched by Mr. Jitendra Kumar Roy- Assistant Gen. Manager of PKSF on the 18th of November 2017. During his deliberation, he had spoken to new CCAs who were recruited for the job and asked the views of the new recruits as to the reason of choosing this new but important profession. He also inspired and congratulated the new recruits for choosing this new but noble profession and advised them accordingly. On the occasion, Core and Care staff of Beveridge Foundation were present. The participants were entertained with light refreshment after the ceremony.

How Stroke Clients To Be Cared ? -Dr M Sakel & Karen Saunders

On the 15th September 2016, two of our ambassadors from the United Kingdom-Neuro scientist Dr M. Sakel of East Kent University of England and Ms Karen Saunders- a professional neuro-physiotherapist from the UK have given whole day training at our Stroke Rehabilitation Physiotherapy & Dementia Care Centre (SRPD) of the foundation to few dozens of Stroke Patients and given appropriate follow-up advice to the families who are otherwise stranded within the shallow family support networks. During the time, they also briefed our qualified Clinical Physiotherapists in the Centre. It is important to know that Ms Karen Saunders has been appointed as one of the Ambassadors for the foundation since last year to help and support our activities and researches in the field of neurology.