1.1 Describe the causes and effects of complex disabilities and conditions. Mental health issues ranging from the doubts and uncertainties have become a part of daily routine, towards serious long term situation which can be very complex for managing and having a diversifying impact on the overall live of the people. The usual child health leads to contribute towards overall development (Watson & Le Couteur, 2011). Therefore it is important to take special care of people with complex disability as they turn out to be sensitive enough about the situation and environment they are living in. 1.2 What are the typical impacts of these on children and young people?
The mnemonic SOLER is used to remind healthcare professionals that how to that Reducing proximity, maintaining eye contact and using open postures can show they are listening and concentration on what is being said, and making the speaker feel more comfortable (KRASEZWSKI & McEWEN 2010). Active listening often involves using paraphrasing, summarising verbally what a patient has said to ensure a mutual understanding of the messages send by the patient to the healthcare professional (WALKER 1990). However paraphrasing too often can suggest the healthcare professional finds the words the interviewee uses unacceptable, causing frustration (MOSS 2012). In an evaluation of my strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats I highlighted my understanding and use of paraphrasing and active listening as strengths and facial expressions, gestures and touch as weaknesses (Appendix 1). I created an action plan to develop my understanding and use of touch in practice (Appendix
Organization is also hard to keep when things change unexpectedly. Many people try to help but if there isn’t a plan, people may waste there time by s=doing the say steps or step can be forgotten leading to laps in patient safety and care. If the leader starts by creating a plan, members are able to follow it and collaborate with others. Both of these skills are connected and essential throughout an emergency. Having each other’s back and providing support is so imperative as well.
PTSD needs special treatment, and if you don't get it treated it could get worse. People react and heal differently to PTSD, the faster you get help the faster you will heal. For a survivor to be told that what happened to them wasn't that bad, or was no big deal or continually being told it was time that they were over it, or just try and forget it ever happened causes secondary wounding in trauma
For all of these reasons, this is why I think it’s very important to spend time with loved ones, never lose memories, and learn how to accept death the way it is. The sooner you learn to accept these facts, the better off you will be in the long run. Unfortunately, Janet learns this the hard way, and so does Martin, making Laird’s death much harder on
Even though some pain can be experienced, it should be endured for some time because it is part of the procedure and healing process. Little injection should be done on the groin to relieve on the pain. Many researches still need to be carried on the same especially on pain relievers because it can be severe after the procedure has been carried out. It is important especially to doctors in understanding varicocele pain so that they help the patients recover as fast as possible. Dr Crowe says that varicocele may not affect fertility and quality of sperm if it detected at the early stages.
Withdrawal of treatment or pain relief in lethal measures is the concern for the unethicality, some see this as an alternative for long term care. Even though illnesses can get very bad their lives are still worth living meanwhile an unbearable condition causing pain may call for this action. Those who believe this practice is unethical and immoral do not have to be forced to assist in the death, even if their job is one of the positions that would normally do so. Often the question arises should people with mental health issues be granted the same right? In this situation competence weighs heavily on this decision making process because if they are not capable of making this decision for themselves it could get turned over to someone else such as a guardian or family member.
Despite JB expressing his dislike of being placed in seclusion, nursing and medical staff agreed JB’s capacity to make an informed autonomous decision was impaired due to his current mental distress. Roberts (2004) states that the paternalism in mental health is rationalized through the concept that mental illness can inhibit a persons’ competency and ability to act autonomously in the governance of their care and therefore principles of beneficence and non-maleficence must be introduced to ensure that person receives adequate care. Prinsen & van Delden (2009) also argue that coercive measures such as seclusion can be necessary in reclaiming personal autonomy and control. However this paternalistic viewpoint of overruling a patient’s autonomy is arguable especially if a person is deemed incompetent due to their mental illness. Szasz believed mental illness was mythical and the introduction of a diagnosis was merely to label social deviancy from social norms.
It is not necessarily the patient saying those thoughts, but the disease itself is what may be fueling the outburst. It is also important when dealing with psych patients to understand the different triggers that may affect them. This could be touching them, certain words or phrases, hugs, etc. Triggering them could cause them to go into crisis mode which is not
199). That is, sympathy is where you experience feelings of pity over the misfortune of others. Within healthcare settings, there is often a blurred line between the two, as frequently medical practitioners may have experienced similar incidents of trauma that their patient is suffering, allowing them to sympathize with the patient as well as empathize. Sympathy should still be treated with caution as more consideration to the patient’s condition should be paid attention to and not the practitioner’s memories and/or emotions felt by their similar experiences. Hence, empathy is the better practice to follow as it eliminates this particular risk of the physician ‘taking over the spotlight’ when consulting and/or working with their various
3.3: identify skills and approaches needed from resolving conflicts. In a health and social care setting it is important that you know how to dealing with a difficult individuals e.g. anger. When dealing with individuals who cannot control their anger it will make them even angrier if you listen to only one side of the conflict it. It is important to make sure that you as a work are calm and the individual you are dealing with is also stay calm to manage the stressful situations.
It would be easier to fix a problem if you face and fix it at the first stage. But if it had gone a long way and you are already on a situation that you cannot breathe anymore, then do not waste any more time. Walk out of that situation the soonest time possible. There are a lot of figures around that could help you. Just like how an endotracheal tube helps out an unconscious patient to hold on to his life, there is always solution.
Rationale: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: Distress Tolerance Skills. This group is long term and short term based on said clients needs. This group is important for daily functioning as Distress Tolerance Skills are skills used when a person is in a difficult situation and is feeling very emotional, but it is best for them not to react to their emotions. These skills help the person cope with the situation rather than make it worse. Objectives: To attain coping skills that will help you manage your emotions while in a crisis and unable to immediately change the situation.