Unit 23 – D1 In this section I am going to evaluate the effectiveness of Lay people within the English Legal System.
Again I would not use any equipment I have not been fully trained on. I would ensure I am wearing correct clothing and footwear when moving and positioning an individual, to avoid risk of being harmed, for example I would not wear open shoes or sandals while using a hoist. I would need to check my surroundings (enough room, loose rugs, furniture in the way) and the equipment being used (enough charge, no loose wires, and sling clean and intact). Infection control also plays a part in this too, correct PPE (personal protective equipment) should be worn and hands washed. NEVER rush when moving and/or positioning an individual.
Active support enables this, and encourages the service user to do as much as they can according to their abilities, whereas the hotel model is based around institutional experiences, where everything is done for the service user, like you would expect when you use a hotel. The hotel model is a model that is outdated, and based upon old traditions where
1. Eating plenty of fruit and veg- This was good for me to think about when my individual could eat her fruit most important in the day, as before creating the healthy plan she was not eating lot of fruit, it is very important that individuals get their five a day, this could be used when the individual is on the go instead of going to get a take away, she can go and eat some fruit which is going to fill her up as much as the take away but will be better for her health and her body, it will also give her a better nutrition to the body and also her brain for energy. This is also for her veg as well which we need to have every day.
People can learn practical living skills on a day-to-day basis. It is important therefore that care workers recognize opportunities and give the appropriate support. If a person is living in a supported living environment, the opportunities to learn life skills can be eﬀectively embedded on a regular basis. For example, while the support workers helping the person to do their shopping use public transport or access a service such as a cinema, there are opportunities to develop communication, organization and numeracy skills. When planning activities the support worker, with the person, should recognize and seize opportunities for that person to develop valuable learning and life skills. Shopping trips can be a useful learning opportunity – for example, when planning what is needed, writing lists, organizing where to go and keeping within
Unit 4222-205 Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care Outcome 1 Know how to recognise signs of abuse 1. Define the following types of abuse: a. Physical abuse Physical abuse can include: hitting, slapping, pushing, pinching, force feeding, kicking, burning, scalding, misuse of medication or restraint, catheterisation for the convenience of staff,
Outcome 4- Be able to provide support for buying and using household and personal items-
Outcome measures assess whether the interventions to improve medication safety practice will be successful. During the interview of the new employee, competency evaluation related to medication administration will be applied first. In addition, during the orientation for these new employees, adequate training will be provided to ensure the importance of preventing medication errors. They will be given a list of similar and look-alike medications and will focus on medications that cause the most adverse reactions when errors may occur. Then, after training and when staff start working, they will be supervised during their first few months. When they are not supervised, they will be assessed and evaluated for any errors. During this process,
This data is readily available to the public and Fig 4. Example of quantitative data sourced from; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_helicopter Quantitative data can be described as measurable factual and accurate data, i.e. sales, volumes and costs. Can be developed with historic records. Quantative data is more objective rather than subjective focusing on key issues.
From my social care placement, I have chosen to assist a service user to partake in a recreational activity for completion of my HNC Social Care Graded Unit project. This part of the project will consist of planning and organising the activity.
Our program of senior care activities is designed to be extremely flexible. Our programs have evolved over many years and can be customized to meet the ever changing needs of each of our clients. Whether you need a helping hand with the household chores, a good home-cooked meal, or complete around the clock care, our caregivers are here for
Plan When developing the program, I utilized the Adaptive Recreation Quarterly Program Plan form* as well as program Summary Report form* to outline the program specifics and keep track of things such as planning time and budget. I analyzed the information gathered from the assessments as well as knowledge I gathered through initial research to develop 4 a program outline that would be facilitated over four consecutive weeks. The dates and times for the program were Saturdays, from 5:30-8pm, March 18th to April 8th. I established 2 goals, each with 3 associated objectives, as well as embedded weekly journal prompts. The purpose of these journals were to allow participants the opportunities to establish goals for themselves, as well as evaluate
I was able to get Ms. Pedone to fill out both Monthly and Weekly calendars. We were also able to worked on the family’s routines and put them on paper. I was not able to see if Ms. Pedone will put the 3 routines in effect or if
The personal wellness plan assignment helped me strengthen my ability to take action and achieve what was important to me by teaching me strategies to help keep me focused. Of the components that were required to be completed, writing out my S.M.A.R.T goals was the most beneficial aspect for me. By giving myself guidelines to follow, I became more motivated to achieve my goal. Additionally, by identifying who my support system was given a sense of comfort knowing I’d have people to turn during the tough times. In my opinion, had I not identified those individuals I believe I would have felt alone and lost motivation. Thinking of future clients, I believe the two strategies I mentioned would be great recommendations. As a health coach, your
This afternoon, the staff facilitate a session focused on how exercising. The provider took Reggie for a walk. The provider encouraged Reggie to do more exercise. The staff also taught Reggie how to watch his diet and do healthy physical exercise. Reggie informed the staff that he enjoys exercising and going to the Gym. The staff told Reggie to set up a day that he feels comfortable so he could go to the Gym. The pan is to continue to motivate Reggie and provide different type of exercise that would be beneficial for his health.