ting a safety net to ensure that care that falls below the standard can be identified and improved or relevant held responsible. It also creates a responsibility (both personal and institutional) to ensure that care providers can be held responsible for their care and therefore creating incentive to provide good care.
important message. By this simple act, we can break the cycle of discrimination and stop it from happening.
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In this report for Serious Topics Radio Station i will discuss the reasons why a child gets taken away from their parents/ guardian and need to be looked after. I will also talk about the short and long-term solutions. Children are generally best cared for within their own families. However, there are times when children aren't able to live with their families. If a child isn’t able to live with their parents, they may be taken to care.
I work closely with my team ensuring that all staff are treated with respect and encouraging them to develop their own skills and knowledge whilst sharing their experiences with colleagues.
Over the last century health and social care has changed and developed immensely with the implementation of the NHS and becoming a welfare state. Prior to this health care was only available to a minority of people, those who could afford it. In 1815 the old poor law was passed, it stated that each parish must look after its own poor and those who could not work were provided enough money to help them survive. By 1830 the poor law cost around £7 million, which came from taxing the middle and upper class, causing a sense of resentment towards lower class, unemployed people. In 1834 the new poor law was passed, its aim was to reduce the cost of looking after the poor. Workhouses helped with this, they provided clothes, food and healthcare in return for manual labour. Despite
1.1 The difference of a working and personal relationship is boundaries, professional codes of conduct, employer policies and procedures. In your working relationship you would be friendly but with a different approach than you treat people in your personal life. Be reliable and dependable Do not form inappropriate intimate or personal relationships with individuals Promote individuals’ independence and protect them as far as possible from harm. Do not accept gifts or money from individuals or their family members. Be honest and trustworthy. Comply with policies and procedures or agreed ways of working. Cooperate with colleagues and treat them with respect.
In this essay I am going to talk the patterns and trends of health and ill health among different social groupings. I will talk about each pattern and trend in its own paragraph, Social class, Gender, Ethnicity, Age and Geographical location. I will talk about the links between these to health issues. I will back these up through the use of evidence such as statistics. I will then conclude what I have found out. Firstly I will talk about each pattern and trend.
Physical abuse - is use of physical force that may result in pain or injury this can range from poking, pushing, pulling hair and hitting this can be with hands or weapons there are many more forms of physical abuse.
Individuals that wear glasses should ensure that there prescription is correct and there glasses are clean and free from any marks, care providers can