Encourage an individual to express preferences and concerns about continence needs. 2.2. Support the individual to understand the effects of lifestyle on continence. 2.3. Explain how and when to access additional guidance about support for continence.
Explain how mental ill health may have an impact on those in the individual’s familial, social or work network including: a) psychological and emotional b) practical and financial c) the impact of using services d) social exclusion e) positive impacts. 2.4. Explain the benefits of early intervention in promoting an individual’s mental health and well-being. 2. Know the impact of mental ill health on individuals and others in their social network.
Having had an embarrassing, humiliating experience of an ‘accident’ in public they live in constant fear of it happening again. Many people will stop going out because of this fear. It is also one of the reasons many individuals come into care because either they or their carer’s are unable to cope with their incontinence. Individuals may be inclined to reduce their intake of liquids or food to alleviate their incontinence but this can result in their urine becoming concentrated, which in turn can irritate the bladder and cause a greater sense of urgency or result in infection or inflammation. This can also cause constipation, which in turn can weaken the pelvic floor muscles through straining to pass a constipated stool.
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a pertinent issue today. Events on the world stage and at the community level are causing people to experience traumatic injuries and stressors. The consequences are impairments in general functioning especially in relationships and on the job. There is a decrease in productivity on the personal level and community level. This impacts communities by decreased productivity and diminishing human resources.
It is important that people can communicate to others how they feel, what they want and be able to disagree and put forward their own views. Poor communication can result in the breakdown of relationships within the work place leading to low moral and a general feeling of discontent. This may result in higher than normal sickness levels and resignations. 2.2 Describe the factors to consider when promoting effective communication. To effectively communicate we must realise that we are all different in the way that we perceive the world, and use this understanding as a guide to understanding others.
This could lead to negative emotion and frustration and seriously inhibit a person’s life. Communicating effectively enables a person to convey a variety of needs and emotions for example if they are in pain, hungry, thirsty or too hot or cold. Outcome 2 Ways to establish communication and language needs, wishes and preferences would be to read the persons care plan or communication book. Introduce yourself and talk directly with them. Spend time with the person and observe them in relaxed surroundings.
We have a service user SO who has a communication dysfunction and can’t understand complex sentences and his communication style is monotone this is overcome by keeping sentences and instructions simple. Other service users can’t understand written text and therefore pictorial communication is used replacing the writing with pictures that can be related to that particular word. The many attributes used when communicating may not be interpreted correctly such as body language or may not understand the use of
Explain the importance of meeting an individual’s communication needs 2. Explain how own role and practice can impact on communication with an individual who has specific communication needs 3. Analyse features of the environment that may help or hinder communication 4. Analyse reasons why an individual may use a form of communication that is not based on a formal language system 5. Identify a range of communication methods and aids to support individuals to communicate 6.
mental health problems. Discrimination is stopping someone from their right to speak up and voice themselves properly or not let them do an activity, this can happen to either a certain group of people or it can just be one person. Nonetheless its a very cruel way to get to somebody. Also this leads to more serious matters such as a major loss of self esteem and this can reduce their ability to develop and maintain a sense of identity. The main acts incorporated into the equality act 2010 are: The care quality commission The disability discrimination act 2005
HSC Diploma Level 2/3 Unit 253 Introductory awareness of autistic spectrum conditions Please answer the following questions in as much detail as possible, and use a different colour to make your answers stand out. Put your name and date on the completed work and send to your assessor. 1. Describe the types of difficulty that individuals with an autistic spectrum condition may have with language and other ways of communicating with others 2. Identify problems that individuals with an autistic spectrum condition may have in social interaction and relationships 3.