Safeguarding is protecting people's health, wellbeing and human rights, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. Abuse comes in many forms, for example, physical, sexual, verbal, financial, emotional, discriminatory abuse and neglect and working in substance misuse it is important for me to protect individuals against safeguarding issues, such as blood borne viruses, drug awareness, drug dealing, sex working, domestic violence, neglect to others and self-neglect. I have worked with vulnerable adults, who are or may be in need of community care services due to mental or other disability, age or illness, and who are or may be unable to take care of themselves, or unable to protect themselves against significant harm or exploitation. Safeguarding adults involves protecting their rights to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. I have worked in partnership to prevent the risk of abuse or neglect and stopped it from happening.
This therapy helps in the treatment of depression, suicidal tendency, and changes in personality, and anxiety. The educational and vocational interventions help the patients of specific needs to gain their independence in their daily lives. This further helps the people to gain the knowledge along with the accurate information about the recent conditions in such a way that they can implement the approach of self-help in development of their independent life (Johnson & Souza,
Sympathy versus Empathy. It is easy to be sympathetic towards others, but the skill to be empathetic is difficult to acquire and takes daily practice and mindfulness. Empathy is a skill set that helps understand someone else 's emotions and experiences. Suspicion versus Trust. Identifying funding through food vouchers, clothing vouchers, bus passes is necessary.
Patients with brain injuries may require rehabilitation after being stabilized and out of immediate danger. The level and scope of rehabilitation depend on the severity of the deficits that a person has. For example, some people may have deficits in their physical majority and will have to regain strength and balance. In other cases, the rehabilitation may be needed to address cognitive deficits. Often a team of medical professionals specializing in different disciplines to provide a comprehensive treatment plan for the patient is needed.
Those suffering from mental illness were to undergo treatment using the provisions of the model. At the same time, adults who suffered severe health issues which include brain injury and chronic pain would also be offered therapy based on the model. Older individuals battling dementia were also accounted for. MOHO was also intended for persons with special needs, such as, those suffering from AIDS (Kielhofner, 2008). The homeless, both the young and the old were to be cared for thanks to the model.
(Earnshaw, et. al 117). In addition to affecting the lives of patients, addiction impacts the community’s functionality. Interestingly, frequent use of psychoactive medications by patients of all ages can lead to addiction, but administration of these medications is a valuable technique of treatment for ailments. Medications can provide relief from discomfort that a patient may experience, nevertheless while causing an alteration in
This research is a significant step in describing a combined intervention, which can be studied within the context of future clinical trials to determine efficacy related to pain, function, balance, and falls compared to other physical therapy or medical approaches. Manual physical therapy also offers pain relief for acute and chronic back pain. Some limitation like joints that lack adequate mobility can cause trouble, pain, and change in function, posture, and movement. Manual physical therapy helps to repair mobility to stiff joints and decreasing muscle tension to direct the patient to more normal movement without pain.
Telehealth can facilitate developing inter-professional care plans. Patients with neurologic conditions including stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis may use telehealth to monitor symptoms and response to treatment. Telehealth also may facilitate occupational and physical therapy programs as well as improve weight management and skin care in patients with chronic conditions. Other applications include imaging review in sports medicine, symptom management and counseling in concussion, traumatic brain injury, and pain management programs. Limitations of telehealth include barriers in establishing relationship between medical provider and patient, ability to perform limited physical examination, and differences in payment models and liability coverage.
In most cases a case manager or rehabilitation specialist, however, professionals who practice life care planning come from various paths. But their experience is based on “hands-on” in rehabilitation or disability case management. Life care plans began as devices of case management, mainly about complex medical cases. The concept is to address negative effects associated in the care of clients with complex care needs. The life care planner evaluates clients with a disability or severe health condition to summarize the needs created by the disability.
(Murray-Slutsky, 2004). Occupational therapy intervention focuses on a few main areas such as improving the patient’s attention, learning and flexibility; improving physical function; and improving social, play and prevocational skills. When one speaks of improving the patient’s attention, this can mean they improve the patient’s ability to recognize, adapt, control, and process their response when around sensory and environments they are uncomfortable with (Murray-Slutsky, 2004). This is also known as sensory overload and can happen in a variety of places. For example, Jane has Asperger’s and one of her side effects is sensory overload.
Mental health problems are illnesses that pose lots of life problems to individuals who suffer from these health problems. Despite the difficulty that comes with treating these disorders, it is imperative for the victims to seek cognitive and behavioral therapies as well as medical attention to be able to improve their lives. This would minimize problems that result from relationships as well as those that result from work places due to mental
their age, culture, disability, gender, beliefs or sexual orientation. 1.2: Explain why person-centred values must influence all aspects of social care work. The role of a care worker is to support the individuals and allow them to live their lives the way they want to. The individuals that you will be supporting will be different and they may have different conditions but they have the same rights as everyone else.
FASDs should be treated with attention to the broad needs of patients. These may include medical, behavioral, social, and educational services. More specifically, treatments may involve, developmental services, educational interventions, behavior modification, parental training, social skills intervention, medication, transitional planning, advocacy in work and education facilities, community support services, and other medical services as necessary. CHALLENGES Those diagnosed with FASD may experience behavioral problems due to brain injury. Degree of behavioral issues will differ in each case.
Thankfully, there has been on-going research conducted, that relates to the overall care of post-stroke victims, and how they have been conditioned back into their old living habits prior to the stroke. When the care of a patient, who has suffered from a stroke is determined, rehabilitation that may suite the individual’s needs, is often recommended and required to get the best end results possible. Furthermore, most of the aftercare that post stroke patients receive is acute patient care; which provides an extensive amount of care, given within a