Hackney Council also provided services to clients with learning disabilities. The number of clients with a learning disability receiving care packages has remained fairly stable over the past three years. The care packages includes homecare, daycare, direct payments, professional support, and specialised equipment /
With possible managerial changes the service users will be empowered. With effective Person Centred Planning each individual service user will engage in activities which are meaningful and relevant to their care plan. The service users will have advocates working alongside them and on their behalf and to ensure equality and fairness for all. Both the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) and Person Centred Planning (PCP) are important aspects of social care going forward, this assignment will highlight their effectiveness and also how they would impact on the health and wellbeing for the service users in White Meadows.
It is essential that every person feels valued to maintain person centred care. Sanderson and Lewis (2012) noted that person centred care fosters patient involvement in their care delivery through working collaboratively with healthcare professionals. This permits them to engage with patients allowing them to make decisions through communication about their care. Healthcare professionals also do strive to treat the patients with dignity, respect and
[A HEAD] Health and safety legislation 1 [DF] The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 is known as an “umbrella act”. [PIC REF ATP.13] Whatever sort of business you are, there is always the possibility of an accident or damage to someone's health. All work exposes people to hazards, be they: loads which have to be manually handled; dangerous machinery; toxic substances; electricity; working with display screen equipment or even psychological hazards such as stress. Attention to health and safety is not just about being socially responsible.
Access of information- Supportive practice Humanistic approach- emphasizes that each individual has great freedom in directing his/her own future, a large capacity for achieving personal growth, a considerable amount of intrinsic worth, and enormous potential for self-fulfillment. Empowering- Empowering the residence means that the workers are giving the residence power to do things independently. This would reduce abuse and neglect as the residence will be able to do things that they can independently.
UNIT 2: EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND RIGHTS JADA COOPER 20140170 P4: This task will explain 2 different national initiatives, stating when they were set up, the purpose and also how they promote anti-discriminatory practises. It will also talk about Charters and their importance, whilst discussing 2 of the codes of practices’. Care Standards Act 2000 The Care Standards was established in 2000, its’ aim is to ensure that the standards of care within all institutions were not inadequate as the rules and regulations have to be adhered to. The care standards act try’s to make sure that all institutions are equipped and well facilitated to meet the needs of those within the provision.
When working within the care sector it is vital that services provide a reasonable quality of care to the individuals who require support, and to ensure that this is the case services have various policies, procedures, individuals and staff teams that must collaborate together in order produce a high quality of care and maintain it with the ability to evidence as to exactly how this is established and to whom is accountable.
For this assignment I am going to discuss the importance of using a person centred care model for older people in particular. According to the Nursing Management article “Person centred care is a term used to describe the therapeutic relationship between the care providers and the service users and between the care providers themselves” (Manley et al., 2008). This model is really important because it allows both parties know how to treat each other. Person Centred Care model represents the older person’s experiences, their values, needs and preferences in the planning, coordination and the delivery of the care given by themselves and the healthcare professionals.
AC 1.1: The development of social services during the post-war period. During the war there were shortages in all supplies such as foodstuffs, clothing, or petrol. As part war effort took government management of the rationing, ensuring that the pregnant women, children and the vulnerable got extra supplies. People favoured this action by the government so much that they were happy if it could continue.
If I believe my understanding of the job is correct, I am to first do research on articles related to Health and Information Technology. The articles must be on How To/ Guide Articles. I will be given assignments by your client where I will work with him 5 hours a day, 5 days a week. The article should be max 500 words and I will need to search them, copy, and paste them into Microsoft word. At the end of the shift I am to email you with the information I have gathered. Also, payment is
Unit 1: Activity 2: Assignment 2: Journal As an individual amongst many other students, we all have our own ideas and opinions. This is what makes us different from each other and also similar in many cases. With the diversity of opinions they often depict our relationship with others and who we are compatible with. From my experience, having a different opinion about something out of the majority is not necessarily a negative thing. The people I usually hang out with are understanding and may oppose my opinion with other reasoning why my opinion may be incorrect or not as good.
WP2 P6 v2 Topic Sentence: Although some examinations and operations have been proven to be impractical for curing a patient’s condition, not all that appear to be non-related should be removed. Claim 1: For one, extra tests are justified if the patient’s symptoms have been proven to part of different diseases.
Human rights are basic rights and freedoms that all people are entitled to regardless of nationality, sex, ethnicity, race, religion, language or other status. These rights include civil and political rights, such as the right to life, liberty and freedom of expression. These rights cannot be taken away except under certain conditions. For example the right to liberty can be restricted if a person is found guilty by the court of law. Human rights consists of both rights and obligations.
Contrasting Values and Theory Applied Twelve pairs of competing values are listed in chapter one with explanations to help begin understanding what social welfare is and how it is connected to social workers. This essay includes personal beliefs with each set of values, chosen pair of values, how paradigm relates to the chosen values and the social values reflected in the paradigm. Undeserving versus Deserving. An individual that is self sufficient may not be eligible for the same benefits as someone that is not. The severely mentally ill population will not have the same services of a general mental health population.