If you suspect abuse you must record what has lead to this suspicion, find out any information you can in order to help determine if this is the truth, you must inform other carers, your manager, the individuals care manager and the relevant authorities to ensure that this suspicion to be investigated as soon as possible. For example, an individual I care for with learning disabilities and epilepsy made a phone call to the organisation I work in around 10pm and informed me that she was going out, as it is her right to chose when and where she goes I could not tell her she could not do so, instead I asked where she was going, she informed me she was going to a party at a friends house, I then tried to obtain information about where her friends
• According to (2017 Medical Mutual) stated;” HMO stands for health maintenance organization, “and “PPO stands for preferred provider organization.” The information that I have gather from the several articles that I have read is that it is really up to the individual depending upon, what the individual wants. More about the HMO, HMO you will have to choose a primary doctor.
Many people are supported in their homes by people who work along side the health and social care service such as social workers,nursers ,doctor and care givers or they may get support from their family members and friends. An elderly person may choose to stay in their own homes instead of a residential care home while seeking help and support from others,however this can lead to potential opportunities for abuse happening to the person who Is being looked after. When an individual is getting support at home by a carer, the individual being cared for is vulnerable and defenseless and therefor this makes them a target for abuse,another example is abuse by strangers,when an elderly person lives alone they are at risk of people calling at the door and then gaining access to their homes,they may steal items from them or mistreat them or cause intimidation.
[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.
It 's been identified that Tomiwa plays up and damages things mostly during the night so there is a list of steps staff members needs to take to ensure that we do everything what we can do to change his behaviour. To implement these changes we need all to work together and give feedback to each other so please feel free to communicate between each other in regards to Tomiwa 's behavior (especially Rasaq and Marlon as you guys don 't have a chance to talk).
Are met by professionals, because due to their illness they are experiencing changes and therefore the relevant staff will be able to help with the specific care that they need for their specific needs. This will help professionals to be able to support the client in the best possible way that will benefit them overall when receiving their care
Lee, regarding about challenges in changes processes, as nurse leaders, we need to think outside our own silos, research how others are doing it and maybe change it and apply it to our needs. This is very similar to my topic of reverse innovation, which is getting ideas from the poor and applying it to the more developed economies (DePasse & Lee, 2013).
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.
3.1 “Use a case study from a health or social care setting to identify the extent to which individuals are at risk of harm”. Case Study “Ms. Thompson is an elderly person who suffered from physical and mental and limitations and has resided in a skilled nursing facility. APS had received a report that an individual at the facility had shoved Ms. Thompson head through a wall in her room. The perpetrator was not known, but there was a hole in the wall in which bruises on Ms. Thompson body consistently with reported abuse.
HSE- Health and Safety Executive • It is the body responsible for the encouragement, regulation and enforcement of workplace health, safety and welfare. • It exists as an independent regulatory act and is in the public interest to reduce work related death serious injury across Britain’s workplace. • Effects all employed in Britain from major injuries. •
Strengths: Trevor greets the client politely. From here, he confirms we have the correct email address on the file and provides the client 's username. He does a good job recommending the client attempt to use the password previously created. Prior to ending the call, he is sure to inquire if there are any other
Seton's Healthcare Family Mission is to "improve the health of those we serve with special concern for the poor and vulnerable. We are called to be a sign of God’s unconditional love for all and believe that all persons by their creation are endowed with dignity" (Seton, 2015). Seton's social workers are instrumental in cost containment for the elderly and vulnerable populations. Recent studies have shown there is an influx of non-elderly populations that are uninsured (Shi, 2000). If a patient needs assistance with medications, Seton's social workers first find out if the patient has health insurance and just need help with their co-pay. If this is the case, then the social worker notifies the Seton Patient Representative (Seton PR) for assistance