Unit 4222-320 Support Individuals to Live at Home Outcome 1: Understand the principles of supporting individuals to live at home. 1. Living at home can benefit an individual as it helps to promote independence. Promoting independence is important as it means that they are more willing to help themselves if they are able to. Also if they are able to become more independent, they are more likely to become more confident, which means they may be able to do more things for themselves, therefore making them more independent, which therefore benefits the individual as they are in a positive atmosphere.
Unit 51: Support Independance in the tasks of daily living 1.Understanding principles for supporting independance in the tasks of daily living 1.1 Explain how individiuals can benefit from being as independance as possible in the tasks of daily living. Being independent gives someone a feeling of control over their life.People feel more comfortable, safe and reassured when they can dothings for themselves and this also helps to uphold their self-esteem. Independence can help people to achieve their life goals. Holding on to independence about decisions that are made regarding ourselves as well as where and how we live can make us feel that we are positively contributing to society. 1.2 Explain how active pariticipation promotes independance in the tasks of daily living.
Communication can make a person’s quality of life better, especially if they are in pain or distress, or to express feelings, wishes or desires. People communicate in order to establish and maintain relationships with others, to give and receive information and instructions, to understand and be understood, to share opinions, knowledge, feelings, and emotions, to give encouragement and show others they are valued. 1.2 Explain how communication affects relationships in an adult care setting: Good communication will enable me to build strong relationship based on trust. It is essential that the individuals I support trust me as I will be working closely with them sometimes providing personal care which can be a very intimate task. Effective communication can help promote and create a positive working environment.
It lets the individual know that you have an understanding of how they feel and that they are valued. The practical support is important as it helps support the challenges of everyday life when people experience change, it helps the person adapt to new skills they may need. By identifying and supporting someone in their particular areas of need, it could be help with personal care, medication or cooking, assisting with use of equipment which may mean a person can remain in their own home. When offering practical support you can see the
Unit 216 1 Explain how individuals can benefit from being as independent as possible in the tasks of daily living. Being independent can give service users a sense of empowerment, higher self-esteem and more confidence which can have a large effect on a lot of aspects of their everyday live such as make them more sociable while out in the community, it is important to promote independence in all aspects of the service users life whether it is social or personal, in the home or out of the home, as it makes the service users quality of life greater and enhances their knowledge for anything they may wish to do in the future. 2 Explain how active participation promotes independence in tasks of daily living. Active participation can be used
This is the most important relationship to establish and maintain because the service user needs to be able to trust you and feel safe. Aiii Explain why it is important that social care workers work in partnership with individuals using the service and their family. It is very important that you work in partnership with the service user and their family because they may be able to provide useful information to support you in your work and you may be able to provide useful information to support them being part of the individuals life. If there are communication barriers with the service user, a family member can share information with you about how you can better communicate with the service user. They can make you aware of dietary restrictions, preferences and dislikes so it is essential to establish and maintain a good relationship with a service users friends and family.
Unit 203. 1.1 How to establish respectful, professional relationships with children and young people. It is essential as an LSA to establish respectful and professional relationships with children and young people in your care. There are different strategies which can be used in your role to ensure that you have a respectful, trusting relationship with them. A relationship in which a child or young person completely trusts and respects you and feels comfortable in your company, allows you to be able to offer the child or young person a supportive, caring environment in which they can learn and develop.
Some individual who are being supported in the community will find care worker support and encouragement invaluable. For example, it is better for individual to do shopping and manage at the till independently (unless support is necessary) and this will help to develop their confident and life skills. 3, Describe how daily living tasks may be affected by an individual’s culture or background Daily living tasks may affect those depending on their culture or background, as what someone may have been brought up believing, may not necessarily be accepted as the general view of society within UK in their current times. Gender perception and culture can influence daily living tasks, For example, some might find it more acceptable for women to deliver personal care and tend to household tasks because this is how they were brought up. Some people may feel that certain roles should be male or female.
126.96.36.199 Explain why it is important to work in partnership with others. It is vital for the individuals support team to work with others to achieve a person centred approach towards the care, support or needs of the service user, this allows for the information to be shared confidentially and in agreed ways, to achieve the best standard of care for each individual. Also so that others that come in to the home can read or be passed on accurate and up to date information, so that they can provide a consistent approach to each individual and their needs. This also demonstrates respect, mutual beneficial practices for the individuals. It also allows each employee to understand each others roles, and what purpose
Communication between colleagues is essential as this ensures a continuity of care for the residents; also staff is aware of the currents needs, help and support the residents within the home. 1.2) Communication can lead to good or poor service within the home. Good communication with the residents encourages participation in activities therefore promoting equality within