You need to produce a written report to explain how each part of your plan will affect the health and wellbeing of your client and how it will meet their needs. How will the plan affect their measures of health? D1- Justify how the plan takes into account the individual’s circumstances and preferences. Referring to each part of your plan explain how the plan respects the individuals preferences and circumstances. e.g.
Learners will examine the principal psychological perspectives and then apply them to the health and social care sectors to gain understanding of the potential value of psychology in these sectors. On completion of this unit learners will have considered the psychological approach to studying health and social care. The unit encourages reflection, and will be valuable to those learners intending to work with people in a caring capacity. It will also be useful to learners who intend to progress to study at a higher level. The psychological approach is embedded in several other units in the programme and is extended, in particular, in Unit 29: Applied Psychological Perspectives for Health and Social Care, and Unit 30: Health Psychology.
A reflection on the Principles of Nursing Practice in relation to the students practice experience. In this assignment I will be looking at the Principles of Nursing Practice (RCN, 2012) focusing on the principles of dignity, safety and person centred care. I will also be detailing my understanding of the five other Principles of Nursing Practice and noting their application in this study. I will be applying these principles to an outline of a patient's care over my time in practice at a mental health unit in Kent. I will be addressing the practical application of Principles of Nursing Practice at the point of care in order to put them into context.
Health and Social Care Assignment UNIT 8 - UNDERSTAND HEALTH AND SAFETY IN SOCIAL CARE SETTINGS ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW In this assignment you will demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of health and safety in social care settings. You will use case studies to show your awareness of the legislative framework, identify hazards and assess levels of risk. You will demonstrate your awareness of the use of care or support plans and risk assessment in social care. You will investigate topical issues, examine incidents and make assessments of the appropriateness of the actions taken and you will prepare materials to enhance the safety awareness of others. You will benefit from undertaking practical courses relating to moving and handling, food safety and first aid.
Behavior includes people’s actions and mannerisms. Behavior in health is based on how people approach health and the lifestyles they develop, which are based on societal influences and attitudes. The Committee on Health and Behavior viewed behavior through a scientific lens. According to the committee, “biobehavioral sciences are used…to refer to the panoply of basic, applied, and clinical sciences that contribute to an understanding of behavior” (Committee on Health and Behavior, 2001, p. 20). These sciences help to explain people’s behavior towards health and how social influences and personal attitudes influence behavior.
They will also consider the quality of the ‘end of life’ stages, and potential choices associated with them. Learners will research legislation, working frameworks and policies which underpin the work of the health and social care sectors. The role of health and social care workers, and how they must work together to meet the holistic needs of older people will also be explored. The unit has close links with Unit 4: Development Through the Life Stages, Unit 11: Safeguarding Adults and Promoting Independence, Unit 9: Values and Planning in Social Care and
“Medicating Ourselves” In “Medicating Ourselves,” Robyn Sarah is concerned about the medications doctors are prescribing us. She believes it is doing us more harm than doing us good. She questions two specific disorders, ADD/ADHD and Depression, and explains the key reasons why. To medicate or not to medicate that is the question. Robyn believes that medication can be helpful, but she does give valid points about how it is over used.
Page 39 – 4: Evaluation Page 41 – Section 6 - Feedback sheets. Page 43 – Section 7 - Declaration that this is your own work (needs signing before final submission. Section 1 - Breakdown of the Unit Aim and purpose The first aim of this unit is to show you what processes are involved in learning. The second aim is to teach you how to take control of your development and learn how to plan, execute, monitor and reflect on it. Learning outcomes By completing this unit you should be able to demonstrate the following: • Understand the learning process • Be able to plan for and monitor own professional development • Be able to reflect on own development over time • Know service provision in the health or social care sectors.
Introduction In this report I will be explaining different psychological approaches to health practice followed by explaining different psychological approaches to social care practice. I will then go on to compare two psychological approaches to health and social care service provision. I will then finish by evaluating two psychological approaches to health and social care provision. I will include the social learning approach and humanistic approach and explain how these theories and ideas specifically relating to health practice. Also I will include the behaviourist approach and cognitive approach and link them to social care practice.
This assignment will describe how communication skills are used in health and social care sector. It will also explain some of the factors that can restrict or encourage communication and which verbal and non-verbal communications affect the communication cycle. Relevant Theories: Any health and social care department consists of different types of service users. As a care provider we need to implement several types of communication techniques through knowledge, experience and skills. As per the theorists who have made the valuable researches and recommendations in order to involve the effective communication.