[pic] A GUIDE TO SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS Sense is highly committed to working practice that safeguards and protects vulnerable children from harm within the Service. We aim to provide all children within Sense with the utmost of opportunities to develop their full potential and meet their Person Centred needs. We want to ensure that children are protected and kept safe from harm when they are with our staff, Volunteers, family and friends. Sense is committed to working towards children achieving the five outcomes identified in ‘Every Child Matters, these are’: • Being safe • Being healthy • Enjoy and achieve • Make a positive contribution • Achieve economic wellbeing Sense’s ethos in the welfare of children and safeguarding from harm is paramount in any situation. The use of the term child or children refers to people under the Chronological age of 18 years.
Holistic assessment in relation to pregnancy should take into consideration not just the physical but psychological and social aspects as these are all part of the person as a whole, and as The Oxford English Dictionaries (2012) states that all parts are interconnected, therefore need to be seen as one. Midwifery 2020 (2010) suggest that the essence of a midwife is to provide safe physical care but to recognise that emotional and spiritual needs are exceptionally important in assisting a woman before, during and after childbirth. This statement again underpins the definition of holism by viewing the person as a whole and promoting psychological and physiological well being. The most comprehensive definition of the midwife comes from the International Confederation of Midwives (2011) and states “A midwife is a person who has successfully completed a midwifery education programme that is duly recognized in the country where it is located and that is based on the ICM Essential Competencies for Basic Midwifery Practice and the framework of the ICM Global Standards for Midwifery Education; who has acquired the requisite qualifications to be registered and/or legally licensed to practice midwifery and use the title ‘midwife’; and who demonstrates competency in the practice of midwifery. The midwife is recognised as a responsible and accountable professional who works in partnership with women to give the necessary support, care and advice during
The major aim is to ensure that children with Asthma are accorded Healthcare, similar to that given to normal children. The management partnership would ensure that the program is nationally recognized with its establishment in highly prone areas or rather areas that handle children with the illness such as primary health care centers, school-based clinics, federally qualified community health centers and physician offices. The article further describes how the projects were developed while discussing the sources of financing to ensure continuity of its operations. For example, there is discussion from states and community-based organizations. Healthy Kids and Healthy Families ensure that grants are given in the areas of safe environments, physical activity, preventing diseases and nutrition.
Nestle’ is responsible for packaging and how they are marketing. Are instructions present, if so does it state clean water and proper dosage. Is nestle’ using facts, alternative to breast feeding. Looking at formula containers now there is very specific instructions how much water to formula, the nutrition label, and that it is an alternative. The label states “Breast milk is recommended.
Reaction Paper Presidential Decree No. 996 PROVIDING FOR COMPULSORY BASIC IMMUNIZATION FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN BELOW EIGHT YEARS OF AGE I believe that children are our future. This is a famous line mostly said by adults and also used in some songs that it almost sounds cliché already. And yet, the message is very inspiring and full of hope. And I too do believe that children are our future.
The authors Willock, Richardson & Mitchell et (2004) (as cites in Anson, Edmundson & Teasley, 2010) state: “Nurses and other health care providers should actively assist children to cope during the venipuncture procedure because this will reduce potential adverse effects.” (P1).This article suggests that nurses use the educational program consisted of a web-based tutorial session to improve their cares for venipuncture practices for pediatric patients. The authors Anson, Edmundson & Teasley (2010) say: “The goal is for education to increase nurses' perception that they possess resources and opportunities that can improve the venipuncture experience.” (P2). Additionally, the article uses single-group study method to analyze and determine if the evidence-based tutorial session can achieve nursing quality improvement. As the results indicate, the educational program tutorial session is successful in helping pediatric patients cope with
Action to support mothers, families and children became a high priority in policy making. There have been a series of major programmes and initiatives including the Sure Start programmes, the child poverty strategy, the extension of educational and employment opportunities and the teenage pregnancy strategy. The Children’s National Service Framework (NSF) and Maternity Matters are maternity services delivering safety, quality and higher standards for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged mothers. A health inequalities national support team has been established to work with PCTs, local authorities and others to take further action through the infant mortality review and identifying the key interventions to reduce infant mortality and improve maternal and child health in disadvantaged groups and areas. Child Poverty Review (2004) set out the child poverty strategy and was reinforced by the Budget 2008 child poverty document and the commitment in September 2008 to legislate to eradicate child poverty by 2020.
Rationale * Purpose: This presentation is to inform the audience about Kangaroo Care and the benefits of Kangaroo Care in the Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). * Audience: My ideal audience would be parents of term babies and premature babies/neonates. Neonatal ICU, Labor and Delivery, and Mother Baby nurses could also benefit from this presentation. * Significance: It is important to provide appropriate information to the audience for them to understand the benefits to both baby and parents. Presentation Plan Introduction 1.
Stephanie lockett essay 4227-115 promote positive behaviour all aspects of our job rolls will be regulated by policies and procedures and also current legislation that we have to follow within the care setting and we should receive mandatory training that we attend will be designed to cover all aspects of legislation such as the children's act, which provides a code of practice to be able to enable it's to provide the best possible care and support for the children and young people. We also have inspections from OFSTED who ensure we are meeting not only our care standards,but also those relating to behaviour and how we encourage positive behaviour is evaluated. As members of the team we have the responsibility of recording all incidents of behaviour to support these should include both positive and negative behaviour. At number four we record positive behaviour in the plan of care files in the positive behaviour section. We also have a format called record of intervention also at number four we have three different types of these forms they are for self harm, absconding and behavioural.
Responsible Parenthood - Family Planning (RP-FP) Program - Brief Description The Responsible Parenthood (RP), Reproductive Health (RH) and the Family Planning (FP) program component of the PPMP aims to help couples, parents and individuals to achieve their desired timing, spacing and number of children and to contribute to the improvement of their Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health and Nutrition (MNCHN) status. The key strategy for RP-FP program component is guided primarily by DOH Administrative Order 2012-009, which provides for the National Strategy towards Reducing the Unmet Need for Modern Family Planning. This strategy is integrated in the implementation of the Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health and Nutrition (MNCHN) Program and the Responsible Parenthood Program. The Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012 (Republic Act No. 10354), informally known as theReproductive Health Law or RH Law, is a law in the Philippines, which guarantees universal access to methods on contraception, fertility control, sexual education, and maternal care.