2) Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values
It also states "An assessment should be revisited to ensure that it is kept up to date and an employer should do this regularly. The date of the first review and the length of time between successive reviews will depend on type of risk, the work, and the employers judgement on the likelihood of changes occurring."
Eldercare providers are special people with unique skills, personality, and interests. While one can get trained on healthcare support, he or she must also possess other innate skills to deliver quality service. These skills are what make the difference between those who excel in health care support and those who hate their jobs. The following are the 4 main qualifications and skills required for elder care in Chesterfield.
Dementia is a set of symptoms that affect the way people think and interact with each other. It is not a disease, but can often be linked to a disease or damage done to the brain. Short-time memory, mind, speech and motor skills are affected. Certain forms of dementia cause a change in the personality of the individual. A person suffering from dementia will lose certain skills and knowledge they already had. This is the main difference to other conditions that affect the mind. People who suffer from learning problems, or lower intelligence will never acquire certain skills, people suffering from dementia will lose skills they have acquired. Dementia is
The signs or symptoms are treating adults like children, arbitrary decision making by staff group, service or organisation strict, regimented or inflexible routines or schedules for daily activities such as meal times, bed / awakening times, bathing / washing, going to the toilet, lack of choice or options, such as food and drink, dress, possessions, daily activities and social activities, lack of privacy, dignity, choice or respect for people as individuals, unsafe or unhygienic environment, lack of provision for dress, diet or
A stroke can have a devastating effect on somebody; it may leave a person with no long-term effects, with a permanent weakness down one side of their body or, at worst, in a deep coma from which they never recover. When moving and handling people who have suffered from a stroke, you will need to be aware of the extent of the stroke and what parts
Ellie is 42 and has Down’s syndrome. She lives at home with her mum and dad. Ellie attends a group three times a week where she meets her friends. There is a bus that goes directly to the community centre and Ellie really wants to go on the bus, on her own. Her mum insists on taking and collecting her in the car and Ellie is now refusing to go. This situation is making
This essay will discuss Health and Person Centred-Care, what it is, and how in adult nursing field it is relevant and promoted and put in action. Through the factors such as lay health belief, health, health promotion & person centred care. These influence of lay health belief of people’s attitudes and values that will be encounter in the field of practise.
The mother explained she cannot read or write in the English Language, but her son’s older siblings can and try to help the younger sibling. The two older siblings have been very successful throughout their educational experience and have not struggled as the younger. She stated that her son as no desire to read at home, and completing homework is an everyday struggle with him. This student is in Tier 3 of the Response to Intervention (Mesmer & Mesmer, 2008) process, and has been referred for testing for special education services.
Michael is healthy and active. His hearing and vision are functioning normally. He likes to sing and play on the drums. I learned that Michael’s brother is in the marching band at school and he plays the drums. Michael uses proper eye contact when speaking or listening to others. Michael can walk up and down stairs, jump on one foot, walk, and run independently.