I will refer to a particular service user I support as (A). 2years ago (A) was assessed and deemed a risk to their self in the community and within the house when alone with out staff support during the hours of 8am and 9pm but at night (A) had appropriate measures in place to ensure safety at night, door
CPD is In my role I am bound by regulations, codes of practice, and care standards. The Care Standards state that I should: • Protect the rights and promote the interests of residents and carers I achieve this within my role by ensuring residents and their families are informed, kept up to date and by providing clear choices. I will act as an advocate on behalf of the young people in my care, to ensure they are represented and heard.
Tina Kenny 15.09.14 Unit 520: Recruitment and selection within health and social care settings. Outcome 1: Understand the recruitment and selection processes in health and social care settings. 1.1 Explain the impact on selection and recruitment processes, in own setting of: 1.2 Explain circumstances when it is necessary to seek specialist expertise in relation to recruitment and selection.
4222-319 Facilitate person centred assessment, planning, implementation and review (HSC 3020) 1.1 Explain the importance of a holistic approach to assessment and planning of care or support.
1. Some of the legislation and national guidelines affecting pressure area care are: Care Standards Act2000 Human Rights Act NICE Guidelines European pressure ulcer advisory panel National pressure ulcer advisory panel CQC Essential Standards of quality and safety Manual handling Health and Safety Act 2. Working according to the agreed ways means following the organisation’s policy and procedures in relation to pressure areas. It also means following the individual care plans and respecting the instructions in place. For example making sure a resident is turned every two hours, applying Cavilon cream on areas; fill in turning charts, prompt fluid intake. Under the duty of care a care assistant must always be aware of and raise concerns regarding possible pressure areas. Always record information in care plans accurately and in confidentiality.
Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care Services Unit: 654 Manage disciplinary processes in health and social care or children and young people's settings.
1. What is metabolic absorption? “All the cells take in and use nutrients and other substances from their surroundings. Cells of the intestine and the kidney are specialized to carry out absorption. Cells of the kidney tubules reabsorb fluids and synthesize proteins. Intestinal epithelial cells reabsorb fluids and synthesize protein enzymes” (McCance & Huether, pg. 2).
Unit 4222-319 Facilitate person centred assessment, planning, implementation and review (HSC 2020) Outcome 1 As a support worker, it is imperative that we look at all aspects of health and social care with a holistic approach when planning and provision is concerned. Holistic means looking at a situation as a whole
If they move and have to go to a new school, make new friends ect. As a parent or teacher you can comfort them and let them get used to where they are and not feel nervous or scared about being somewhere new and unfamiliar and help them to make friends, by asking them to join in activities, join an after school club or an out of school club where they will meet new people and get to know
Unit 21: task 3: P3, M2, D1 In this assignment I will be choosing and describing a service user for my case study and I’m going to explain how some factors such as medical disorders, life style and many more may have influenced their dietary intake. Due to the data protection I will not be using their real name.
* Health and Safety at work Act 1974 * Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulation 1999 * Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulation 1981 include amendment on 2009 * The Electricity at Work regulations 1989 * Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 * Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 * Communicable diseases and infection control * Working Time Regulations 1998 * Care If you have concerns about the care and safety of service users and feel like you can’t go to your manager then you have the option to contact some big and confidential organisations such as Care Quality Commission (CQC) or Health and Safety Executive (HSE) or environmental health who can also offer support and information and give you any answers you may need to any concerns.
The Equal Pay Act 1970 The Sex Discrimination Act 1975 The Race A practical exercise is an option to allow those who do not perform well in traditional interviews to demonstrate that they do have the skills required to do the job role, for example if no mention is made of excellent verbal communication skills as an essential requirement of the job but accurate data entry skills are then this can be demonstrated using an exercise whilst taking account of the candidates limitations in the former aspect.
Mental illness in this manner is the belief that such illnesses can be identified and classified (As in the DSM & ICD)
C) Other statutory Roles These roles are made up of the SENCO and the Foundation Stage Management. SENCO Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator. These look into what support and resources children and young people with special educational needs need whilst at the school. They will meet with various outside school practitioners like speech and language therapists and physiotherapists. They also keep the parents informed of everything that is being done for their child and get any consent for any treatment/therapist/outing the child may need. They also set out Provision maps (formally known as IEPs - Individual Educations Plans) with help from the class teacher and if available one to one TA. The Provision plan sets out what intervention group/individual activity the child will be involved in for the coming term and what the outcome of doing this should be. The child will also be asked to sign
her French. The monster observes the reading lessons and learns faster than Safie does. 2. What sort of book does Felix use to teach Safie? He uses Volney’s 'Ruins of Empires'. 3. What impression about mankind does the creature gain after hearing the history lessons in this