Unit 4 P4 Health And Social Care

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The negatives effects – would be that the carer could be stressed about looking after the infant as they might be too small for them to hold or carry. There are many negative effects as looking after infants can be quite hard and upsetting at times. Also, an effect linked to this would be stress of responsibility the informal carer might think that they might drop the baby and don’t want to risk that happening so they just play with her/him on a little play mat but, on a safe place like a seat or bed with a border. Another negative effect would be that maybe they couldn’t supply for the infant like buying nappies or powered milk etc. In addition, being bored of looking after the baby as they are too little and the carer can’t play with them…show more content…
It runs by a business. You would need to pay quite a large amount of money for the service provided. The business does it for the profits. There are many reasons as to why people would go to private health services: like you don’t have to wait you can just book an appointment when you want to and go straight in, wanting a second opinion or they might be having concerns about hospital infections. But overall they provide: private hospitals, private dentists, private pharmacists, nursing homes, private medicines etc. The medical centre would meet the needs by making sure that the client’s parent/guardian has a selection of numbers, of all these private services if they did consider moving from the NHS to the private sector. Most private medical centres wouldn’t set up in Sandwell as is isn’t a wealthy area, but would prefer to set up in more prosperous area like Edgbaston. Private hospitals meet needs by letting clients move up waiting lists. They do operations and outpatients appointments, but you will obviously need to pay. As this service requires a fee others prefer a free service. There are many private hospitals, dentists, pharmacists, medicines. Such as: Healthwise Ltd (private hospital - 3.3 miles away), i2 Healthcare Ltd (private hospital – 4.3 miles away), Polmedics Ltd (private dentist – 0.6 miles away), Divinedentistry (private dentist – 0.1 mile away), Hill Top Pharmacy (private…show more content…
They do not get paid for their work and time. They do it out of the kindness of their hearts. They have a variety of charities that raise money for patients which then go towards their treatment. There are many charities that do this type of services, but more of the largely known charities also gain money for the company and donate the rest to the patients who need the money for treatment. Charities that are a part of this sector like: Cancer Research UK (0.1 mile away), Asthma UK or Diabetes UK (4.7 miles away). Charites like these are charitable and voluntary organisations. They provide many ways for people to get involved and for people to help them like marathons, cupcake sales, making campaigns for them and more. For my client group (infancy) Cancer research, would fund the family by giving them grants for lower income families with disabled children. The aim for them is to basically make life easier and more pleasant for the infant. They do so by helping to fund for things like: holidays, washing machines, computers and hospital visiting costs, anything to make them more cheerful. You are only entitled to this if your child is under the age of 17 (which my client group is), if you have been living in the United Kingdom for more than six months and if you can authorise that you are entitled to any one of these: Child Tax Credit, Working Tax Credit, Income based Job Seekers Allowance, Income Support, Incapacity Benefit,
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