Evidence-Based Practice In Health And Social Care Research

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CARE HEALTH AND SOC TH AND SOCIAL CARE H SOCIAL CARE HEALTH A CARE HEALTH AND SOC AND SOCIAL CARE HEA RE QUALIFICATIONS HE ALTH AND SOCIAL CARE EXEMPLAR SOCIAL CARE HEALTH A CANDIDATE WORK CARE HEALTH AND SOC TH AND SOCIAL CARE H UNIT HSC 2015 SUPPORT INDIvIDUALS TO MEET PERSONAL CARE NEEDS. Unit HSC 2015 2 Unit HSC 2015 CONTENTS Introduction Unit Purpose Evidence for Learning Outcome 1 ACS 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 Commentary for Evidence for ACS 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 Evidence for Learning Outcome 2 ACS 2.1, 2.2 and 2.5 Commentary for Evidence for ACS 2.1, 2.2 and 2.5 AC 2.3 Commentary for Evidence for AC 2.3 AC 2.4 Commentary for Evidence for AC 2.4 Evidence for Learning Outcome 3 ACS 3.1 and 3.2 Commentary for Evidence for ACS 3.1 and 3.2 Evidence…show more content…
The observation has been recorded clearly by the assessor in terms of describing specifically the learner’s practices in relation to working with an individual to identify their needs and preferences in relation to personal care. The observation of the learner details well how the learner communicates with the individual over how she would like to be supported with her personal care, her needs and preferences as well as how her privacy will be maintained throughout. The interactions with the individual reflect an active working partnership where the individual is very much at the forefront of identifying their needs and preferences in relation to personal care. The learner also includes a personal statement that is a good piece of supporting evidence that also reflects well how the learner supports an individual to identify their needs and preferences in relation to their personal care activities. These assessment methods are valid as they measure the learner’s skill in being able to work with individuals to identify their needs and preferences in relation to personal care. The observation is the required assessment method for the assessment criteria included in this ‘be able to’ learning outcome. • Quality of Evidence: The documented observation is of a good quality because the learner demonstrates clearly own competence against each of the assessment criteria. The observation details well how to encourage an individual to communicate their needs, preferences and personal beliefs: ‘S offered the service user the choice of a wash, shower or bath and she chose a bath. S also offered the service user a choice of using the commode or the toilet and she chose the commode…’ The learner then details well how to establish the level and type of support an individual needs for personal care as well as agree how privacy will be maintained:
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