It is important to review care and support plans as people’s needs change. By including the person, their family then everyone knows what is happening and the family can help to monitor mood swings and behaviour. The individual and the family can express their views and preferences and any relevant risk assessments may be done with everyone involved. By monitoring the individual, a decision can be made as to whether the changes are effective and if the best care is being given to encourage independence and promote dignity.
In this report I will be investigating how care services meet the needs of individuals by firstly analysing the needs of an individual using care services. Then I will go on to explain the roles of the care planning process in identifying needs, and explain the features of a positive care practise. After explaining that, I will analysis positive care environments and evaluate how they meet needs before finally explaining the role of legislation in promoting a positive care environment.
Describe how accessing a range of services and facilities can be beneficial to an individual’s well being
One needs to put themselves in the shoes of the service user and their carers when you think about the building / environment.
Each might take a ‘different path’ to achieving this goal, but this should be the common agenda. Partnership could be enhanced by ensuring the service user was placed at the centre of everything, and that a proactive, ‘whole person’ approach was taken to care.
4. Provide ideas on how you can use your examples to increase mental health awareness and wellbeing
This unit develops understanding of the values and principles that underpin the practice of all those who work in health and social care. The essay consider theories and policies that underpin health and social care practice and explore formal and informal mechanisms required to promote good practice by individuals in the workforce, including strategies that can influence the performance of others. The first part of this essay will consider how principles of support are implemented by using Overton house residential care home to evaluate and explain how principles of support are applied. Key concepts such as person-centred approach and dilemmas and conflicts arising from the
It is important to acknowledge the needs and wishes of your service users, and ensure that these underpin the planning and delivery
3. Service users were not treated with respect and never encouraged to be empowered in any areas. Those who requested carers of the same sex had requests ignored and many residents felt embarrassed and said they never had their dignity respected. This was particularly criticised on religious grounds.
To an organisation, through understanding the service concept they are able to display the value of their service to the customer through communicating a key set of benefits. The services and benefits provided vary upon industry, however what individual organisations can benefit from is organisational alignment. Johnston et al. (2012) suggests that the service concept can act as a tool that links together the different functions of an organisation with a common purpose and standard. In addition, Looy et al. (2013) explains that the service concept can become a blueprint that communicates to employees what service they should provide and to customers what service they should expect to receive.
A study by Halbert Dunn examined high-level wellness for man and society. Dunn created the health grid in order to demonstrate positive health. Dunn’s main purpose is understanding, and culturing good health in a positive way. This was demonstrated through four different health axis. The purpose of the health axis is to incorporate them in the health grid to show high-level wellness with health on one axis and environment on the other. Overall the goal is the spirit of man. This supports move in the right direction of high-level wellness for man and the society that can’t be ignored. By finding the spirit of man you’re helping yourself inside in the inner world, becoming a better you and finding positive wellness
service is to deliver outstanding services so the customers will have a great experience. I
BMR service is delivered in different aspects due to the variety of services that it offers, like winter sport, skiing and snowboarding activities and a
BWELL. A movement raised by the company, focuses on enhancing health and wellbeing of the employees, reducing hazards and managing work /life demands for the employees through various programs. The program not only provides baseline health benefits but also initiates employee assistance programs, fitness discounts, on site health screenings, flu shots. The BWell program also provides an opportunity to the employees to further take steps for the well-being of the society such as donating blood.
Bailey J. makes out that in adopting such an approach, it is necessary to extend the net so as to cover wider dimensions of well-being using non-conventional indicators of psychosocial and mental health, and environmental, relational and subjective components. In addition to this there should be an appropriate use of econometric and mathematical tools in order to quantify the variables.