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CARE HEALTH AND SOC TH AND SOCIAL CARE H SOCIAL CARE HEALTH A CARE HEALTH AND SOC AND SOCIAL CARE HEA RE QUALIFICATIONS HE ALTH AND SOCIAL CARE EXEMPLAR SOCIAL CARE HEALTH A CANDIDATE WORK CARE HEALTH AND SOC TH AND SOCIAL CARE H UNIT HSC 2028 Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care Unit HSC 2028 2 Unit HSC 2028 CONTENTS Introduction Page 4 Unit Purpose Page 5 Evidence for Learning Outcome 1 AC1.1 Commentary for Evidence for AC1.1 AC1.2 Commentary for Evidence for AC1.2 Evidence for Learning Outcome 2 AC 2. 1 Commentary for Evidence for AC 2.1…show more content…
A ligament connects bone to support joints. being moved as this can cause joints to over stretch and then sprain the ligaments. Muscles work by the fibres they contain contracting; this makes the muscle shorten. When the muscle shortens it pulls on the tendon and then on the bone to which it is attached. Muscles are connected to bones by tendons. When an individual is moved and positioned it is important this happens smoothly. Sudden movements or pulling in any direction of an individual’s limbs or body can cause pulled muscles or tear tendons which can cause a lot of pain. Bones in limbs are covered with tissue. Putting pressure on an individual’s hand or arm when they are moving from one position to another can cause a bone to fracture. Fractures can also happen if there is an accident with for example equipment like a hoist and this falls onto the individual when moving/positioning them or using the wrong sling size and the individual falls out. COMMENTARY FOR EVIDENCE FOR AC1.1 • Assessment Method: The learner has presented their outline in the form of a table. The learner’s outline includes the main features of the musculoskeletal system that moves the body and its importance in relation to correctly moving and positioning individuals. The assessment method is valid as it measures the learner’s understanding and knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. • Quality
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