Empowerment of individuals is important when planning care as this is the way in which a health or social care worker will encourage an individual to make decisions and take control of their own life. Empowerment is a process that builds a person's self-esteem and confidence in their ability to make decisions. This can also be linked to promotion of
P2 – Explain the potential effects of five different life factors, on the development of an individual
P3-Effective communication in Health and Social Care P4-Identify and explain strategies to overcome the barriers. Environmental factors There are a number of barriers to effective communication in health and social care. One of these is the environment. If the environment gets in the way of effective communication, then the receiver may not understand the message that is being given to them.
P3,Whatever job you want you need skills and qualities for it, this helps you with your job without this it would make it hard to know what you're doing and hard to adapt to the job. Nursery teachers look after young children from 3 years old to 5 years old.
Poor work life balance for gen. y – When gen. y can’t work due to their social life outside of work. The gen. y wanted more flexible working hours instead of wanting to only have to work full-time. Francoli gave them the solution to pick between two option which where 1) was to work longer hours four days a week and have the Friday off or 2) employees get to choose when they want to work put to only 8 hours a day.
P3 - Describe the different ways in which care workers can empower individuals using relevant examples from health and social care.
1.2 Practitioner’s expectations should be to become a valuable practitioner, to be reliable and build good relationships with children and parent carers, encouraging play whilst learning, and by having children’s best interests e.g. physical activities, outings, this would help them to enjoy their growth in knowledge and assist in enhancing their development as a whole. Also practitioners should work as a team with other staff members and parent/carers in order to support the children to promote the children’s initial learning so that the children will feel confident and would be able boost up their self-esteem, and this will also help them in their future, and prepare them in further education when they move onto school. Also the
2. What types of symptoms did Jennifer, Cassandra, and James have in common? Which organ or tissue seems to
SHC 31 Promote communicate in a health and Social care setting 1.1 . Identify the different reasons why people communicate? The reasons for People communicating are as follows: • to express needs and wishes • to share ideas and information • to reassure • to express feelings and/or concerns • to build relationships and socialise • to ask questions • to share experiences 1.2. Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting. 2.1. Demonstrate how to establish the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of individuals. 2.2. Describe the factors to consider when promoting effective communication. Factors to consider when Give an example of “communication methods you used with a client”. Describe an individual you currently work with: I work with a 50 year old man who suffers from......................... How long have you known them? Describe the problems he/ she have with communication How did you find out about this person’s ability to communicate? I find out about the individual communication needs by: By reading their referral notes, care plans.......................... Describe how you do the following? Action An example of how I did this How do you show this person that you are listening to them, and ensure their communication needs are met?
Enduring Power Of Attorney Act: This is for individuals who are lacking the mental capacity and need somebody else to help them manage their legal, financial and health problems. The mental capacity act therefore made it legal so that those who are unable to make their own decisions have the ability to choose somebody who they feel they can trust to help manage their finances, properties and to help make their health and welfare decision. This is done through the power of attorney. This act links to individuals who suffer with dementia as within the late stages of dementia they will need to give someone the power of attorney due to the fact that they will not be able to manage their legal financial and health problems.
Deficiency When an individual is referred to as having a deficiency, it means that there is the absence of a particular nutrient in the body. This could be due to the lack of that nutrient being provided though the diet or could be due to a
Task D Presentation or report Prepare a presentation or report on an issue or area of public concern related to the care profession. Your presentation or report should include: • • • • A description of the issue or area of public concern raised An outline of the different points of view regarding the issue or area of public concern raised A description of how the issue or area of public concern has affected service provision and methods of working A description of how public opinion is affected by issues and areas of concern in either the health, social care or children’s and young people's sectors
IgE – defend body from parasites and binds to allergens to initiate destruction. IgG – funtions in neutralizing, opsonation, compliment activation, antibody dependent cell-mediated cytocity, neonatal immunity, and feedback inhibition of B-cells and found in the blood.
Maddox had appealed the denial of habeas relief. Decision of the Court: The United States Court of appeals ruled that the suppressed evidence is purely impeaching evidence and no defense request has been made, the suppressed evidence is material only if its introduction probably would have resulted in acquittal. Given a minor role of Phillips' testimony and the limited impact that Phelps statement had on the jury's assessment of Phillips credibility, Maddox could not demonstrate that so the evidence probably would have resulted in an acquittal. Also, the evidence was immaterial under United States V.Blasco; the defendant filed a joint motion to suppress all physical evidence gathered by the officers and any statements made by the defendant. The magistrate found that the defendant did not have to raise a fourth amendment challenge and its suppression did not violate his (Maddox’s) due process right. For ongoing reasons, the district court's dismissal of Maddox's habeas petition was affirmed.
Case Study Three 1. What is the definition of ARDS? Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) occurs when fluid builds up in the tiny, elastic air sacs (alveoli) in your lungs. More fluid in your lungs means less oxygen can reach your bloodstream. This deprives your organs of the oxygen they need to function.