Listening to the client is vital (Egan, 2014). This involves giving your full concentration to the individual regarding their thoughts, emotions, concerns, hesitations, available resources, their expectations regarding method of treatment, view of the counselling process, and reaction to the therapist. It is necessary to avoid being overwhelmed by information by concentrating on key messages and feelings of the client. Listening to the client involves considering the context including certain nonverbal messages conveyed. According to Cook, ‘listening in its deepest sense, means listening to clients themselves as influenced by the contexts in which they live, move and have their being” (Cook, 2012, as cited in Egan 2014 p.).
The model tells nurses what’s important and relevant when delivering individualised care by specialising and the right guidance suiting the needs of the patient. It helps devise, deliver and monitor care by means of format and structure which reassures nurses. ( Barrett, et al .2012). This is used to guide nurses with deliverer and the design of the care plan documentation, in order to ensure that all aspects of an individual’s life are integrated into effective care plan of care. Assessing patients under activities of daily living can help nurses picture a patient’s everyday life style and later making them aware of simple but important things such as management of fluids, diet restrictions etc.
As assessment is integral to the nursing process it is also incorporated into nursing models. Assessment is necessary during all nursing activities e.g. assisting an individual with their hygiene needs, taking observations or during repositioning/manual handling techniques. Orem’s model is a particularly effective tool in carrying out assessment as it has a practical approach in identifying patients’ needs by encompassing their universal, developmental and health deviation self-care deficits. ‘’Having a conceptual nursing model to practice may enable nurses to gather a detailed database that identifies actual and potential healthcare problems’’ (Capers, 1986).
In group counseling, client’s are required to share their own experiences and realizations. This way, each client is able to reflect on what the other client says. Marriage and Family Counseling encourages couple or family to reestablish the shattered relationships. (Dela Cruz et al., 2016) In marriage counseling, couples with misunderstandings are given the advice and assistance suitable for their situation but it doesn't necessarily mean that they have to follow it. The decision is still up to them.
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In general, the adults surrounding the vulnerable child as well as with the person who abused, need to take the lead by opening conversations about healthy relationships, healthy sexual behaviors, and what are sexually abusive behaviors. These conversations can help ensure that everyone connected to the family, either directly or indirectly, understands what happened and what needs to be done to maintain safety in the community. Once the basic information is shared, the family should discuss future family goals and be sure to incorporate these goals into the plan. The goal setting process helps the family imagine what is possible and also helps to define success for that family. If safety is truly a goal, then a family member speaking up about their concerns and the family deciding to NOT continue family reunification would be considered success because the goal of safety is reinforced.
I saw first hand how the OT sought to reach the goal that had been agreed upon between the patient and himself. The OT encouraged the client to get dressed as best as he could on his own. The patient also was encouraged to brush his own teeth and eat his breakfast by himself. The client was also educated on why half of his body need to be trained again to perform tasks. I witnessed first hand how the occupational therapist added to the patient life by ensuring that the was on their way to being as close to independent as possible thus ensuring that whole person care was being achieved.
In terms of business management, there are several social enterprises providing different services in JCRC, for examples, ‘Take a Break’ catering service, Lok Kwan Bakery, Leisure Corner etc. They, on one hand, provide a good opportunity for clients to develop their work skills and habit through vocational training and work placement, preparing them for open employment and community reintegration. On the other hand, revenue from these enterprises can help to maintain the operational capital for JCRC. In terms of client management, service users have rights for full participation and choices in their daily living, personal care plan and meals according to their preference and needs, which matches with the value of
It recommends a person centred treatment approach where service users are treated as individuals with respect to their rights (McCormack, 2010). Person centered care highlights that the mental health service puts the service user at the centre of care, and involves equality, access and protection of rights (HIQA, 2012). Person centered approach places an emphasis on the involvement of the service user and their families. Interventions should be aimed at maximising recovery from mental illness, and building on the resources within service users and within their immediate social networks to allow them to achieve meaningful integration and participation in community life. In this quality framework, it is recommended that well trained community based multidisciplinary mental health teams be put in place, offering home based and outreach services to individuals with a mental illness.
Knowledge of home economics guides health care workers, teachers, parents on how to manage their working environment ensuring safety and healthy activities. It gives us knowledge to manage ourselves and people around us, humanitarian services like maintaining hygiene, safety, health and diet, caring for people, clothing and helping shelter other people are all aspects of home economics. The knowledge of home economics helps managers to effectively manage capital and resources thus achieving organization goals with minimal stress. An important aspect of home economics is that is builds at all stages of life attitudes and values of capacity to make judgements based on a reasonable consideration of evidence about matters arising with official, home, society tasks. It leads to personal development which builds individual psyche to develop skills which is essential in adult life, as an expert, executive, stakeholder or manager it is very essential.