MFD is sponsoring Marc in a FF.1 Course, he will need the occasional use of a pack and spare bottles. He will call ahead and we will leave a note in the book for the Duty Officer on anticipated days. He will pick and return the items on the same day and he has the code to the back door. Marc will leave the bottles and pack by the Office when he is finished to be returned to service. Any questions or problems, please let me know.
In your grievance filed at Central Unit, you claim Trinity is not complying with the requirements of its contract regarding the preparation diet meals. Your resolution is to cancel the contract and dismiss the staff. Your grievance appeal has been reviewed at Central Office and the Deputy Warden 's response is affirmed. The Central Unit Administration has investigated your claims and determined that Trinity is in full compliance with its contractual obligations. You have provided no supporting evidence to substantiate your claim.
Unit 4 is the preparation of treatment in which the baseline data (activity level) is gathered. This includes daily activity record and behaviour contract. A daily activity record ( hour by hour ) is used to monitor activities clients is already doing, to see the frequency of healthy and unhealthy behaviours. (Lejuez, 2001, p. 265). In this phase, the client is encouraged to create an environment, one that promotes healthy behaviours (Lejuez, 2001).
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
Down syndrome is a condition which extra genetic material slows down the way in which an individual develops, both physically and mentally. As stated by the NHS; each individual with down syndrome is affected differently and can vary, some may need a lot of medical assistance whereas others may lead a normal healthy lifestyle but share similar characteristics. Delayed development: All service users with down syndrome has some degree of learning difficulty and delayed development, however, this varies between each individual. Having down syndrome they may experience some health problems which may effect them in every day life. However yet again each individual is different some may have more health problems than others.
7 / D.P7: Explain how different procedures maintain health and safety in a selected health or social care setting Maintaining health and safety in health and social care is extremely important to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of all their service users as well as other individuals service providers may come in contact with in the setting. There are several procedures that help to maintain this health and safety however they can all vary between settings for example, health and safety procedures will be slightly different and more focused on certain areas in hospitals and especially in paediatric ward compared to in drop-in centres where the needs and risk to service users are slightly different. Some of the procedures used in health and social care to maintain health and safety include; infection control and prevention, safe moving and handling of equipment and individuals, food preparation and storage, storage and administration of medication and storage and disposal of hazardous substances.
The legislations, policies, processes, and code of practices have established the responsibility of employer in the regulation of social care worker. These standards are being set at the national level as they require the social care providers to comply with them. The codes are important step in the introduction of the system of regulation for the social care within four countries of the United Kingdom. They are required to ensure that people working as social care providers are required to understand their responsibilities. They are required to be provided with the appropriate training to handle vulnerable groups requiring assistance from social care providers.
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
The appellant essential accommodation claim went to trial but court excluded evidence regarding to disability. The plaintiff’s is not estopped by her SSDI and long term disability claims. However the issue should have been decided by jury. The court foreclosed to grant the plaintiff was not a qualified individual.
UNIT 2: EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND RIGHTS JADA COOPER 20140170 P4: This task will explain 2 different national initiatives, stating when they were set up, the purpose and also how they promote anti-discriminatory practises. It will also talk about Charters and their importance, whilst discussing 2 of the codes of practices’. Care Standards Act 2000 The Care Standards was established in 2000, its’ aim is to ensure that the standards of care within all institutions were not inadequate as the rules and regulations have to be adhered to. The care standards act try’s to make sure that all institutions are equipped and well facilitated to meet the needs of those within the provision.
This follows the Care Act (2014) as Patrick has been given control of his own care, by having a say in the decision. The next step is deciding a course of action, in this step Jeff has to identify his responsibility and assess how he could reduce any risks. He thinks the best course of action to do this would be to arrange a consultation for Patrick with the sexual health advisor. Step four is testing the decision, and consulting the Equality Act (2010) shows that this would be the right decision if Patrick’s health status is kept confidential, because it may prevent possible discrimination. Simon (the sexual health advisor) assured Patrick that any information about him will be
Due to ill health, Mr Jenkins had to return to Australia along with his wife in 18 months. Mr Jenkins contention was that if normal circumstances prevailed, they would have applied for an extension after the three years elapse. There was no fixed date on which to return to Australia as well. Though, there was another contention that, three years cannot be regarded as temporary if a longer duration won’t sensibly be regarded as such. The intention here is a major determinant of the outcome of the
Starting in the 1980s, successive governments encouraged local authorities to sell off social housing, which has not been replaced. The private construction sector has so far failed to increase supply in response to soaring demand("Simon Communities in Ireland > Homelessness > Causes of Homelessness," n.d.). Step Five: Recommend and Implement Solutions IT sounds overly-simplistic, but the ¬solution to solving Ireland’s accommodation crisis is to build more houses and apartments.
Homeless services in Ireland have changed quite significantly over the past few years and there has been more of a public focus and public outcry for more resources to be put into the housing sector to get more people off the street. People would generally see homelessness as living on the streets, however both the FEANTAS and the 1988 Housing Act have looked to create a more comprehensive definition of homelessness. The European federation that works with homelessness is FEANTAS and they have created a typology in ETHOS which shows that homelessness is not just something that happens out of nowhere but is a process that can include a variety of living situations which can equate to being homeless, this includes: “rooflessness (without a shelter