The hotel model means that people have everything done for them which means they are losing their skills and ability to care for themselves. So a comparison would mean stating which model is best for the individual and importantly why. CQC will also consider whether a home or provider is institutional in nature, so it is in the provider's best interest to provide a non-institutional setting to comply with the Essential Standards of Quality and Safety against which it will be judged when being inspected! Remember that the setting's CQC report is available on line and that people will check these before picking a place for their loved one to live (so there is a business implication there too!) 2, identify practical changes that could be made within a service setting to promote an individual's independence support informed choices Improve quality of life
HSC 3003 - Provide support to maintain and develop skills for everyday life 1. Understand the context of supporting skills for everyday life 2.1 Compare methods for developing and maintaining skills for everyday life The skills that people use for everyday life all fall under the umbrella of life management skills with the main categories including self management, time management, communication skills, and decisions making. Stress and money management come under the heading of self management. When you break down these main skills into smaller categories, it helps clients to examine their lives in finer details and recognise where there is room for improvements. Nobody needs the same level of skills to live their lives as what they personally want as everyone is different.
Learning Outcome 1- Understand working relationships in health and social care 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship A working relationship is different from a personal relationship because of the boundaries, professional codes of conduct, policies and procedures that are in place in a working environment. In a working relationship you would not share personal information as you would with your friends. A working relationship is effective when everyone involved is able to do their job to a high enough standard. A professional distance must be maintained in a work environment even if you are working with someone with whom you do have a personal relationship. A personal relationship is the relationship you have with your family and friends and it is not work related.
If a client is in need of extra support I mentor and support the client though there needs. We provide after care on a range of subjects, where we discuss and process saturations that arise. I facility house meetings, where house maintenance issues are recorded, staff and client concerns are discussed. Answer the phone and recording messages, liaising with members of staff, booking in one to one appointment, and providing information for clients providing help and guidance. I carry out health and safety checks, which also make sure the clients, are using the properties correctly and cleanliness is recorded.
Communication and confidentiality in Social Care People communicate to satisfy their social needs, to get help/services. Communication prevents confusion also mistakes that can be made in decision making. Communication gives individual a sense of worth by enabling expression of wish/opinion. Effective communication is one of the most important aspects care workers job. Without it fulfilling what position entails would be impossible.
Though technology is used for productive reasons, it has become the prime hub of cyberspace’s social connection. Technology, no matter the size or form, has imposed itself into society’s daily ventures, causing it to be an addictive poison. Technology users need to find a way to limit them from overusing and apply different methods of connecting with others. Being able to socialize in person other than using technology, can not only enrich the community but also prevent the growth of social isolation, health issues, and remorseful habits. Now that technology is being used so abundantly, people are becoming socially isolated and disconnected from reality.
If you do not work within the agreed boundaries, you will be culpable. 3.1. Explain why it is important to work in partnership with others By working with organisations, agencies and other people involved with supporting and caring for an individual, we can unsure that the care provided is to a quality standard. Working in partnership with these groups
Btec level 2 diploma in health and social care unit 2 individual rights in health and social care assessor Halina Druhaliova p3 in a essay format explain the principles and values which underpin the support for individuals who use services. Values can be political, social, cultural, spiritual and moral. The way an individual expresses their values can be a very individual experience. For example we value the importance of family these are moral and cultural beliefs some people are so close to there friends that family could be described as a social values, values are involved in the role of care and support. Activities undertaken in care and support are influenced by views of people in society and expectations of how care should be provided.
Identify different reasons people communicate People communicate to exchange and convey information with each other, express a need a view or a feeling, but the most important part of communication is the ability to actively listen to understand what is being communicated This may be one way communication or two way communication It can be conveyed in a number of ways verbal, written or non verbal Explain how communication affects all relationships in an adult social care setting. Good communication is essential in any relationship and particularly in adult social care as without this people may not understand what is being asked or said. A lot of people coming into the adult social care services may not have had experienced someone giving them their undivided attention and activity listening to them and what they have to say A good listener can be a very beneficial experience for a person trying to sort out problems or situations It can help the person come to terms with new or a unfamiliar environment, to explore their options The tone of voice for yourself is very important to make the person at ease as is body language. Compare ways to establish the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of an individual. When communicating with clients make sure that their preferred method of communication is used and make sure that any specific aids they need are available such as hearing or seeing devices and any additional resources such as translators or signers can be organised if required.
This helps reduce the possibility of mistakes being made in the service users care and ensuring the correct care is given. It is important to work as a team with your colleagues, so that you all work to achieve the same goals and results. 1.3 Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactions when communicating with them It is important to observe the service users reactions when communicating as it informs me as to how they are feeling at the time. They may be upset, or confused, and not understanding what is being said and need comfort and reassurance, they may be angry, and need time to "cool down". As a care worker, it is my responsibility to