TASKS There are three tasks to this assignment. TASK 1 2 3 TASK 1 1. Explain what a social care worker must do if they become aware of unsafe practice. EVIDENCE Short answer questions Research and account Booklet OUTCOMES 1.3, 4.1, 4.2, 5.2, 5.3 3.3, 5.1 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.4 Unsafe practice should be reported to the manager and recorded so they can correct it and provide training if needed. If you are told by a service user that they are being abused you must tell your manager even if the service user ask's you not to tell to must make them aware that you are duty bound to do so to protect them.
Health and Social Care Assignment UNIT 7 - UNDERSTAND PERSON CENTRED APPROACHES IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE SETTINGS ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW In this assignment you will demonstrate your knowledge of person-centred care. You will explore what is meant by the term ‘consent’, define person-centred values, and consider how active participation can be used to best effect. You will consider how risk assessments can support informed choices and examine the factors that contribute to the well being of individuals using the service. TASKS There are three tasks to this assignment. TASK 1 EVIDENCE Short answer questions Case studies Information leaflet OUTCOMES 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 1.1, 1.2, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 2 3 TASK 1 1.
Promoting person centered approaches In health and social care Person centered care Person centered care, or personalized care and individual care consistently feature within government documents for health and social care services. Within the essence of care, the term 'person centered' is used to signify 'activities that are based on what is important to a person from their own perspective'. 'Person centered care' has been defined as treating people as individuals and enabling them to make choices about their care. Concepts central to person centered care: · communication · advocacy · involvement · participation · trust · partnership · empowerment · empathy · choice · holism · assessment Person centered care concepts explained Communication relates to a two way process that involves exchanging information; it is important for the sender of the information to establish that the receiver understand the message and that it is communicated in a way that meets any individual communication needs that the receiver may have. An advocate is a person who intercedes on behalf of another person in a bid to ensure that their best interests are communicated.
Introduction In this unit I will be producing a booklet for staffs explaining four legislations and how they relate to health and social care and anti-discrimination practice in a health and social care setting. I will explain the effects of discrimination on service users. Also will be describing how 1 legislation influences the promotion of Anti-discrimination practice. P4-explained 4 legislations and how these relate to health and social care and Anti-discrimination P5- how Anti-discrimination practice are promoted in your care setting M1-effects of discrimination on service users M2-describe how 1 legislation influences the promotion of Anti-discrimination practice D1-Evaluate its success D2-Justify ways of overcoming these P4 Data Protection Act 1998 The Data Protection Act came into force early in 1999 and covers how information about living identifiable persons in used. It was passed in 1998.
Performance evidence Identify legislation and codes of practice that relate to handling information in health and social care There are numerous pieces of legislation and codes of practice designed to protect individuals. These are there to protect from breaches of confidentiality were the information held on that individual is only viewed by staff directly involved in their care. The Data Protection Act 1998 is a piece of legislation which defines the law on processing data of people living within the United Kingdom. One of the central codes of practice in health and social care has been provided by the GSCC and it sets standards of practice and behaviour for staff working in that field, including standards for handling information and maintaining confidentiality. There is also Caldecott standards which govern the sharing of information based on the Data protection Act.
This is to protect the individual human rights to privacy and confidentiality. Task B Information leaflet A new person will be working with you in an adult social care setting. You are required to produce an information sheet for the person to help with information handling. The information sheet should: Bi describe where to get information and advice about handling information We can gather information and advice about handling information from senior member of staff or Managers who have the experience and knowledge to help us especially a new member of staff and we also have companies policies and procedures guidelines to follow. Websites are also a good tool to use for guidance about handling information such as www.gov.uk/data-protection/the-data-protection-act Bii explain what a social care worker should do if they have worries over recording, storing or sharing information A social care worker would put their concerns in writing and be clear about dates and times and what steps you took and any responses you have had.
CU1532- Promote Equality and Inclusion In Health and Social Care Settings. 1. There are many “Laws” that are important to our understanding of Health and Care Practice. Research the Acts below and explain on the sheet provided how they relate to your own work practice and within your setting. CU1532 2.1
Social worker report There are many roles and responsibilities as a social worker. You will be dealing with a range of social service clients, for instance, homeless people, young people in care, people with drug, alcohol or substance dependance and people with mental health problems etc. You will also be communicating and working in multi- disciplinary teams with professionals which will include, teachers this may include gathering information about a student or pupil, this job role also involves you working with Doctors and Nurses this will involve collecting medical information for a specific person who you may be dealing with. To become a qualified social worker you will need to study either a three-year undergraduate degree or a two-year postgraduate degree in social work that is approved by the Health and Care Professions Council, social workers are registered by HCPC. You will also need to pass background checks by the Disclosure and Barring Service which is also known as DBS, this allows you to work with vulnerable people.
L3 HSC Technical Certificate unit worksheet Unit 305 - Understand person-centred approaches in adult social care settings The numbers after each question relate to the assessment criteria in the standards 1. Describe person-centred approaches (1.1.1) Work with the person and those important to them to create their own person centred plan. This tells us how they want to be supported, what the person wants to do and what they want to achieve, to enable the person to live the life that they want. Provide support in the way that the person wants and values, when they want it. 2.
1.Understand requirements for handling information in health and social care settings 1.1 Identify legislation and codes of practice that relate to handling information in health and social care. There is lots of different legislation that is based around health and social care. The Main one with regard to handling data is the 1998 data protection act this explains the law based around how and when certain information is to be used, stored and shared. The health and social care act 2008 required the CQC to create a code of practice regarding personal information, this explains how you should obtain, handle and use personal confidential information. 1.2 Summarise the main points of legal requirements and codes of practice for handling information in health and social care The main points are as follows: * data must be followed in a fair and lawful way.