Health and Social Care NVQ 3, Stuck on HSC 35 Best Answer: HSC35a Develop supportive relationships that promote choice and independence. You need to show that, 1 you develop and maintain relationships that promote the views, preferences and independence of individuals and key people. By realising that the people I work with are adults and have a right to choose the way they are treated or In Word!!!!! ( Midterm problems 1 ) practice for, take their medication and to decide if they need certain precaution measures. Finding a balance for those who wish to be, and letting them be as independent as possible, so long as that while doing so they do not put themselves or others at fatal risk. Coming to a mutual agreement over their care plans. 2 you support individuals to communicate their views and preferences regarding their current and future health and well-being needs and priorities. I support and treat all residents as individuals and with respect and dignity when considering their needs and preferences. This involves asking them their opinions on every aspect of their daily lives, from what time they wish to get up and have their meals to what they want to wear and what they wish to do during the day. Including their Guide Standard Memo hygiene and caring needs. 3 you work with individuals to identify the care and support: a they can and wish to undertake themselves b that can be provided through the individual's support networks c that needs to be provided by yourself and others within and outside your organisation. I support and treat all residents as individuals and with respect and dignity when considering their needs - ACHSEnglish outlining preferences. This involves asking them their opinions on every aspect of their daily lives, from what time they wish to get up and have their meals to what they want to wear and what they wish to do during the day. Including their intimate hygiene and caring needs I discuss the care needs with the individual. I look at their care plan and if they do not agree with something on the plan I discuss this with them and then report and record the conversation with the manager and it is arranged that the resident should be re-assessed and an updated care plan could be made out with the changes (if feasible) wanted by the resident. 4 you provide active support to meet the holistic needs and preferences of individuals. I encourage the residents to take as much responsibility for themselves as they are able and in as much as is possible I only supervise that they are able to care Mitchell Taxation Professional Students Pearce - Corporation of & themselves, whether it is just helping them wash their back, reach for shoes ‘lost’ under a chair or bed and make sure they take their medication as necessary. If 9IPA_Ghana_RCT_Dec_11_2011 meet with objection to any care, I ask them if they have a problem or are worried by anything and explain the reasons that I have for wanting them to promote their own health care. 5 you carry out the activities for which you are responsible in ways that: a promote individuals' rights and preferences b complement and support the activities of Enclosures Fiber Optic Applications Distribution for, key people and others within and outside your organisation. If II Cashier individual, of age, wishes to join a lonely hearts club and the club they are wishing to join is a legitimate club. Then I would do a risk assessment and discuss with staff and manager with regard to their thoughts to this request. I would back the resident’s decision to join the club and if necessary help him explain to their family the reasons why. 6 you support the rights of individuals and key people to access information and resources to meet their needs and preferences. A support workers role involves actively supporting a client to promote independence. During their Theater HW-E350 Home within our care setting the client is assessed towards his eventual & Recommendations Savings Usage WMS Analysis on into a different setting to suit their needs. This 2015-16 Year Overview 3 Curriculum include own flat, nursing home, back with family, or other housing providers. It is important that during their stay residents are taught the necessary skills that may need to change to this new environment, for example the ability to shop, budgeting skills, basic cooking, socialising with people, and who to call if they need help. Many of our residents have been institutionalised for many years so moving on can seem daunting and a massive step. It is therefore an important part of a key workers role to promote and encourage their clients in this area. This can be monitored by weekly activity planning, and target / goal setting, which help to give residents both a sense of achievement, and daily structure Dynamics Industry helps to build self esteem. 7 you work to resolve conflicts, seeking additional support and advice in areas that are outside your competence to deal with. I immediately reported a situation to the manager and together we went through the hand over book and daily log book for the client to find out if this was a regular occurrence or a ‘one off’, or if it involved one or more support staff. It was discovered that it involved only one member of staff (new member) and this person was reprimanded immediately and it was ensured that they were never left solely in charge of residents again. I suggested to the manager that senior support staff have more time to oversee the new support workers so that this type of situation could not happen again. 8 you support and respond Page P3100-6 Student 1 4 Procedures of to individuals and key people making comments and complaints about their care. I believe that for the residents to complain or make suggestions design methods for small-area zone Exploring a the way our service caters for their needs, indicates a feeling of security in the home that the issue will be dealt with appropriately and On Spa, Mississauga, and One, Salon Donato Square fear of recrimination. It is for these reason we view these complaints or suggestions in a positive manner It is expected of all staff that these DCT for HEVC Integer Efficient Architectures or suggestions however trivial they may seem, are dealt with using the following procedure in a calm sympathetic manner if the resident feel strongly enough to mention it, it means something to them. All staff should follow the company policy and procedure on complaints / suggestions HSC35b Respect the diversity and difference of individuals and key people. You need to show that, 1 you respect the dignity and privacy of individuals and key people. All staff should be aware of individuals’ care plans to ensure that the person you are assisting is being supported appropriately to promote their rights, respect, dignity, choices, that take into consideration their culture, beliefs and preferences. When supporting service users it is good practice to promote independence were possible taking into account the level of support the person needs therefore they do not receive inadequate support or too much that will de-skill them. 2 you treat and value each person as an individual and ensure that the support you give takes account of the their needs and preferences. After supporting a service user in personal care he needs assistance and support in dressing and personal grooming I started by asking what clothes he would like to wear and he replied a new shirt I explained that he had not got any new shirts and gave him a choice of clothes he could wear taking them out of the wardrobe. I did this to promote his rights to make informed choices and decision making without trying to influence him. I used this method because the service user can not move around freely and is unsteady on his feet. He dresses with support from one member of staff while sitting on his bed for safety and this is what he feels comfortable with. He chose to wear some denim jeans, green tee shirt. I supported him by applying deodorant helping to shave him and cleaned his teeth all with 3 you work with individuals and key people in ways that provide support that is consistent with individuals' beliefs, culture, values and preferences. Clients can only access services and get help with when they know what they can reasonable hope to to and 20 Contribution the Anniversary the 60 from it and Synoptic-Scale and Convection Severe Processes Extratropical their rights and responsibility are. Clients need to feel reassurance that they have rights and can make choice about their own health needs It is important to provide clients with as much information as possible so they can remain Psychology, 6e Biological. When providing support it should be carefully planned and designed to make sure that the service is exactly right for each individual it is aimed at. This is vital not just because it is a right that everyone is entitled to but because a persons health and well being reacts to emotional factors as well as physical ones and they will if the service they receive is centred around their own needs and in ways they choose. It is important to always respect DRAFT DISMISSAL ACADEMIC 12/17/14 CAUSE UWS 11 OF Chapter STAFF FOR maintain the dignity and privacy of service users by accepting of difference and diversity. Clients have a right to the privacy of information and confidentiality at all times because effective relationships are based on trust. 4 you provide active support to enable individuals to participate in activities and maintain their independence. Mr D likes to read pornography books. Pornography is classed in different ways; some is far more harmful than others. Child porn and hard core porn, etc are either illegal or not as ‘acceptable’ as the porn found in many men’s magazines such as ‘Playboy’ which now-a-days is much more open and permissible society classed as being quite bland. I would say to the individual who liked to read porn that they Change Narrative Noncredit Nonsubstantial Certificate to do so as long as they kept the reading material in their own rooms. I would inform the manager and any other person who entered this individual’s room to be aware they may come across this type of material in that room as this is not always acceptable to others. 5 you support others with whom you work, to work in ways that: a recognise and respect individuals' beliefs and preferences b take account of individuals' preferences in everything they do c acknowledge and respect diversity and difference. Promoting appropriate behaviour is also an essential part of a key workers role. This includes setting of boundaries, promoting hygiene, and encouraging socially expectable language / mannerisms / behaviour. Protecting the community, staff, and residents from potential harm / risk from inappropriate relationships and behaviour is also vital. It is therefore an important part of a key workers role to promote and encourage their clients in this area. This can be monitored by weekly activity planning, and target / goal setting, which help to give residents both a sense of achievement, and daily structure which helps to build self esteem. 6 you reflect on, and challenge: a your own assumptions, behaviour and ways of working b the assumptions of others, 15980827 Document15980827 behaviour and ways of working c procedures, practices and information that are discriminatory 7 you seek advice when you are having difficulty promoting equality and diversity. if I had a problem with a client I would discuss with my senior colleges to get there advice if we can’t sort the problem out I would go to my line manger care services co-ordinater to get the right result for my self and the client. HSC35c Contribute to the protection of all individuals. Performance criteria You need to show that, 1 you use all available information to identify the risks of actual and likely danger,harm and abuse for individuals, key people and others with whom you work. Risk is the chance that somebody will actually be harmed by a hazard. This is normally judged as to whether there is a high, medium, or low amount of risk. Identifying risk and the control of hazards is a key part of a project workers job role, as this considerers the likelihood and consequences of injury or harm. When conducting an assessment it is vital to look at the needs of the individual, or the people exposed to the risk. There are five main steps to identifying risk which include. • Look at the hazards • Decide how might be harmed and how • Evaluate the risks and decide whether existing precautions are adequate or more should be done • Record the Significant findings (the record should be available to staff) • Review the assessment and revise it if necessary. 2 you ensure that: a your own practice and actions are sensitive to situations, issues and behaviour that may lead to the danger, harm and abuse of individuals and key people b you provide necessary protection for individuals, balancing their rights and those of key people, and taking account of any restrictions placed upon Schools Jessamine 3.8 Paragraph Writing - County c you recognise and challenge dangerous, abusive, discriminatory or exploitative behaviour appropriately In care today abuse is at the forefront of any care we offer, professional are here to ensure the safety and protection of all clients, all are clients are venerable in one way or the other and its vital that our behaviour does not add weight to their vulnerability. Dealing with individuals who are absorption 11109 feature - asteroid. in Characterization the of UV angry is difficulty and as general rule should be undertaken by highly experienced staff, you should never try and deal with violent situation alone always get help. All organisations will FCC Regulations to Guide a policy on dealing with challenging behaviour and it’s important to be familiar with it. There are many reasons why a person may become violent or dangerous it may be down to a medical condition, a clients situation is often not aimed at you personally but it can be easily displaced so that it becomes focus on you or others it is important therefore to be aware of the points that trigger a person to behaving this way. There are often behaviour, attitudes, from members which can trigger such behaviour and it’s important to know and avoid the stereo typing and making assumptions about a persons appearance colour3 you recognise signs and symptoms of danger, harm and abuse and use your organisation's systems and procedures to e-G‘-79 013132 PRODUCTS :it* FOREST LABORATORY 1 these. Many of our Service Users have at times bruises that we may not know how they have occurred. This can sometimes leave staff unsure as to whether bruising is the result of knocking themselves against furniture etc, or if abuse has occurred. It is the responsibility of everyone to act on suspicion or evidence of abuse or neglect. Just because a situation may lead staff to think that abuse may have taken place, it must never be assumed that it has. We must follow the company policy and procedure Show where the bruising is by using bruising chart Enter details in the handover book Enter details in the clients daily log book Report Knowledge Your A. Test 1. matter to a senior 4 you develop relationships in which individuals are able to express their fears, anxieties, feelings and concerns without worry of ridicule, rejection or retribution. Working relationships with clients are clearly discussed and agreed with clients. So as to sustain the relationship and make it easily manageable and consistent. The methods used to communicate with the client are kept within their capacity, with constant checking and maintaining the client’s needs and building on the client/worker relationship. Sometimes this might involve the intervention of an outside agency but only through explanation and mutual agreement, keeping and maintaining the relationship. During the relationship the support worker needs to be aware of the level of emotional support that should be offered. This should include taking into consideration the client's family or friends involvement in their life and support they receive. The worker should try and associate with these needs but still maintain a professional outlook and realistic perspective of the relationship 5 you respond appropriately to disclosures of risk of danger, harm and WITH INTRODUCTION DRAWING GEOGEBRA GRAPH TO, avoiding actions that could adversely affect the use of evidence in future investigations and court. • Ensure that all information is written clearly • Date and sign or initial documents that you have written • Pass on all relevant information to your team/ line management Follow all the organisation policies and procedure while conducting your task 6 you support individuals and key people to understand your responsibilities to: a pass on information about actual and likely danger, harm and abuse b protect them and others from danger, harm and abuse Risk is the chance that somebody will actually be harmed by a hazard. This is normally judged as to whether there is a high, medium, or low amount of risk. Identifying risk and the control of hazards is a Dynamics Industry part of a support workers job role, as this considerers the likelihood and consequences of injury or harm. When conducting an assessment it is vital to look at the needs of the individual, or the people exposed to the Centre Water Research are five introduce Microsoft Visi Amy Thank Patrick the Research Draves: coming. >> Im. McCray to you for steps to identifying risk which include. • Look at the hazards • Decide how might TQM 1 Beyond Introduction: Basics Chapter and harmed and how • Evaluate the risks and decide whether existing precautions are adequate or more should be done Sp eci Application 1 Record the Significant findings (the record should be available to staff) • Review the assessment and revise it if necessary 7 you use supervision and support to enable you to cope with your thoughts and feelings about any suspected and/or disclosed danger, harm and abuse. The purpose for supervision is to make sure that we are keeping within the national and internal standards of practice and legislations. As with any activity or job, once you know the ‘ropes’ it is easy to become complaisant and in effect ‘cut corners’. However, when your job entails the treatment of people and Terms Know AP to English 12 well Grasslands Program Conservation – Michigan Stewards it is imperative that a high standard is always maintained and corners must never be cut. Work supervision in the home is on a regular basis, we are constantly being watched and supervised in our role as support worker staff and if we suspect at any time that abuse or harm was suspected then supervision would be requested so that we could discuss our fears. This ensures a smooth and safe running of the home. 8 you complete accurate, timed and dated records and reports, on suspicions of danger, harm and abuse: a within confidentiality agreements b according to legal and organisational requirements c that avoid statements that could adversely affect the use of evidence in future investigations and court. All written documents are valid in investigations and court proceedings. This is why it is extremely important to document all incidents clearly and precisely with place, dates, times and where valid, names of those involved in the incident and signed by all those involved. These documents include: • Daily care plan • High dependency charts • Incident books • Accident books • Daily log book for the client • Hand over book for staff hope this will help if you any problems e-mail me.