Health And Social Care Essay

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  • Health Care And Social Care

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    the difference between health care and social care. Health care this is where your needs are met medically this could be through NHS, for example if someone was suffering from illness or injury etc. The national health services are in the responsibility of the Welsh Government, As for social care services are run by local authority and services could be for example would be like day care centres, adult placements and also care homes. According to (Addison 1994), “The social services in Britain, taken

  • Health and social care

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    In Health and Social Care Student Name Unit 16: Understanding Specific Needs in Health and Social Care Student No. Assessor name: Christine Pratt Date of Issue Completion date 30/05/2014 11/07/2014 Submitted on Assignment title LO2 Task No. Assess how perceptions of specific needs have changed over time. 1 1.3 LO1 In this assessment you will have the opportunity to present evidence that shows you are able to Analyse concepts of health, disability

  • Health and Social Care

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    Health and Social Care Assignment UNIT 1 - PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE SETTINGS ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW In this assignment, you will complete tasks to demonstrate your understanding of the importance of communication in adult social care settings, and ways to overcome barriers to meet individual needs and preferences in communication. You will also address the issue of confidentiality. TASKS There are two task to this assignment. TASK 1 2 EVIDENCE Short answer questions

  • Health and Social Care

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    London Churchill College Topics: Psychology for Health & Social Care Practice (Unit 15) BTEC Higher National Diploma (HND) in Health & Social Care QCF Level 4 [A study of Psychology in Health & Social Care] By: Shah Shamima Begum To: Suzanne Lutchmun ID: LCC-20123434 Group A 1.1 Compare different psychological theories of lifespan dependent Answer to the question no 1.1 Developmental theories provide a set of guiding principles and concepts that describe and explain

  • The Health And Social Care

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    every aspect of their care and support; and that the care provided should be centred on and around the person, and not just their health or care needs. This is done by creating an environment that promotes the personal worth, uniqueness, and social confidence of the individual, as well as respect, independence and hope. I.e. Person centred values covers the total care of the person. There is no doubt that person-centred care values must influence all aspects of health and social care work, and should

  • Health & Social Care

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    | BTEC HIGHER NATIONAL HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE: LEVEL-5 | Unit 16: Understanding specific needs in health & social care | Student name Student ID | Assessor name | | Margaret Amankwah | Date issued | Completion date | Submitted on | | | | | | Assignment title | Understanding specific needs in health and social care | Assignment Overview: Individuals have a wide & diverse range of demands & care needs. The aim of this assignment

  • Health and Social Care

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    Unit HSC 2028 Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care This unit is primarily concerned with those people who are most dependent upon your assistance. The level of assistance they need can vary from needing help to get out of a chair to being completely dependent on others to move them, to turn them over and to alter their position in any way, for example, if they are unconscious or paralysed. It is essential that people are moved and handled in a sensitive and safe way

  • Duty Of Care Health And Social Care

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    Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 1 Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice (a) What it means to have a duty of care in one’s own work role A duty of care is a legal obligation to all Health and Social carers and professionals who have to act in the best interests of individuals and others, also not to act or fail to act in a way that results in harm. This duty of care can be a general implied minimum

  • Health and Social Care

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    understand what is necessary to correct a situation. Turning on the cooker or water and forgetting to turn it off, locking doors, crossing streets etc. can be dangerous even deadly. In the same way you would not think as an infant incapable of self care a person with dementia cannot be either. Considering the facts that they cannot act in the manner of a responsible adult makes them disabled. References:

  • Essay on Health and Social Care

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    Understand how health and safety legislation is implemented in the health and social care workplace 1.1 Review systems, policies and procedures for communicating information on health and social care workplace in accordance with legislative requirements. 1.2 Assess the