Exam questions could draw on other aspects of the Blocks, but here are some of the more important themes that these often crop up on the paper. Dont forget to include relevant case examples from the K101 module. Block One Tensions and pressures facing carers- paid and unpaid Boundaries in care (paid and unpaid) why are they important Caring as womens work. Caring, women and skills does it come naturally Recent changes in care provision e.g. direct payments and involvement of private providers. Differences between social care and health care the biomedical and other care models. Service user involvement in planning services how can this be encouraged and what are the issues Although the guidelines say that no questions will be asked on Unit 4, you might find it helpful to remember the principles of care practice (potential, preferences, services, confidentiality, voice) as they could help to prompt you in a range of questions on other issues, such as boundaries and care relationships. Block Two Why is knowing about someones past life useful in care contexts Groupwork and group life success and limitations Reminiscence groups- what they are, how they work, what is needed Life story books - what they are, how they work, what is needed Lennox Castle - historical records and personal experience The importance of attachment (Bowlby)and identity Block Three Barriers to accessing primary health/social care and ways of addressing them How minority ethnic groups may be discriminated against in care and how this can be addressed How can healthy communities be encouraged How can social exclusion be addressed or minimised The importance of local involvement and national initiatives in neighbourhood renewal. Block Four How physical, social and psychological environments contribute to care provision and care relationships Public and private space in care contexts Moving to obtain care and the effect on well being Goffman and institutionalisation is it inevitable and is Goffmans model relevant today Case…
Within this short essay I will be explaining the concepts of equality, diversity and rights in relation to health and social care. I will also provide an example of how discrimination can come around within a health and social care setting (Care home, Hospital, Residential care home).How discrimination can effect citizens and other people that are using the health and social care services, then to further this into more detail I will give three examples and assess the effects they give to the public…
Requirements needed in job role
In health and social care.
In the health and social care services people have different roles that they have to have some specific requirements that they need to complete their job role. In health and social care having different skills allows you to be able to meet different requirements that make you be able to help different clients the care that need. There are some basic requirements that people need such as empathy, excellent communication skills, etc but…
key influences that impact learning are:
- Past experience
Assignment 1 P1 Explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in a health and social care context Effective communication is a conversation in which no one gets confused by the other person's meaning. The first thing you need to do to ensure effective communication is to use reflection (key words). The second thing is to ask Clarifying…
Everyone has individual rights; the individual rights are;
Protection, and equality, access to information, non-discrimination, and effective communication.
Respect- when you treat some nice and with a loving care that what you call respect, being horrible and saying nasty words to the person is just being prejudice and selfish, however if you give respect to people then you get it back in return, for instant if you respect grownups, your parents, and your teacher…
P1- Potential hazards and the harm that may arise from each in a health and social care setting.
The objective of this assignment is to examine health, safety and hazards within a health and social care environment, I will be giving examples of hazards I have witnessed within a health and social care setting (Nursery) and I will explain the potential effects that may occur.
A hazard can be an accident, it can cause injury and there is a chance of an individual being harmed, or being put…
“Using anonymised case materials from your work placement demonstrate an understanding of how principles of support are implemented and show an understanding of the theories that underpin health & social care practice.”
The term principle of support means to me the values and principles we use. A value is something that is worthy and that all individuals have the right to have their own values. All individuals should have respect for the persons values whoever he or she may be…
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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 responsibilities in a specific health and social care work place for the management of health and safety in relation to organizational structure.
1.3 Analyse health and safety priorities appropriate for a specific health and social care work place
QCF Unit 303 Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings.
Level 2 and 3 Certificate in Induction into Adult Social Care in Northern Ireland
Outcome 1 Understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion
1. explain what is meant by diversity, equality, inclusion, discrimination
2. describe the potential effects of discrimination
3. explain the importance of inclusive practice in promoting equality and supporting diversity.
Outcome 2 Understand how…