Health and Social Care- Case Study- P3/P4/M2/D2 Essay examples

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Case Study | Describe ways in which care workers can empower Individuals (P3)Explain why it is important to take individual circumstances into account when planning care that will empower an individual, using relevant example from health and social care (P4)Discuss the extent to which individual circumstances can be taken into account when planning care that will empower them, using relevant examples from health and social care (M2)Assess the potential difficulties in taking individual circumstances into account when planning care that will empower an individual, making suggestions for improvement (D2) | Gemma | The staff could try empowering Gemma by: * Encouraging the child to use effort in producing work where praise is given this …show more content…
Due to a lack of confidence it can prevent the service user from asking questions, it can also give people doubtful thoughts and feelings, hesitancy, insecurity, lack of faith, suspiciousness, make them feel uncertain of their feelings and unsure of what their feelings are. * If Gemma is empowered to feel like ‘big sister’ then this will enable her to feel confident as well as given some responsibility and will enable her to feel involved. Some difficulties that Gemma might come across due to this could be things such as difficulty in providing the support due to the lack of staff, money or time, leading to a further lack of trust given by Gemma. * To help Gemma to overcome the barriers on their lack of confidence you could invite them to join group activities and social gatherings to meet new people which will hopefully encourage them with support from staff too, to increase in confidence as they are meeting new children in their class and school after nearly a year after attending. * By planning activities including Gemma in a smaller group in a quiet environment this will enable her to hear more clearly preventing noise from interfering with Gemma’s learning. This will empower her to promote her independence and overall wellbeing, socialise with other children, build her confidence as well as develop her
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