Unit 4222-221 Support care plan activities.
Identify sources of information about the individual and specific care plan activities.
MAR charts, specific requirements for medications, time, and dose.
Bowel charts, monitor bowel movement.
Information about moving and handling needs, i.e. client may have specific requirements on the way to position, handle, or sling tag colours.
Dietary needs. Client might be diabetic or have food preferences.
Religious and cultural factors.
Contact information. Doctors, nurses, family.
The type of care to be provided i.e. am call make bed, prepare breakfast, wash up etc.
The way in which care should be provided i.e. client might like a cup of tea served in bed.
Record sheets. Written record of each visit to inform others or obtain necessary information.
Risk assessment. A list of identified hazards.
Any special needs or choices.
Financial transaction sheets. Written record of any money transactions i.e. shopping trip.
Establish the individual’s preferences about carrying out care plan activities.
Read the care plan to find out if there are any special preferences and at each stage of the care plan activities the carer should check with the individual that he or she is in agreement and ask if she has any preferences to how she would like the task done.
3. Confirm with others own understanding of the support required for care plan activities.
If the individual likes something done in another way record in the care plan so the next carer is aware and let the office know.
Provide support for care plan activities in accordance with the care plan and with the agreed ways of working.
The care plan will contain information on what support is needed for that visit, it identifies the level of support that a client requires with their health, personal and...