Effective communication can help promote and create a positive working environment. Effect communication is a two-way process. When working in care I will need to be able to communicate with a wide variety of people, from all walks of life. Communication is important as it can have an effect on the service within an adult care setting. Good communication with service users may encourage then to join in activities, which will promote equality and wellbeing within the care setting.
If you have health issues and you’re not well you may not be able to communicate properly. If you are in a noisy environment and have no privacy. Explain how to access extra support or services… Ways of accessing extra support may include a GP, the residents family and friends, a social worker, specialist nurse, advocate and support groups. Services to help could include translation services, interpreting services, speech and language services. Explain expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of care provided; Describe how own values, belief systems and experiences may affect working practice You
2.1 The medical model sees the patient with dementia as a problem. They need to adapt to fit in with society other wise become isolated. 2.2 The social model sees that society need to change to accommodate individuals with dementia, recognising the person other than the illness. 2.3 Dementia should be viewed as a disability because people with this are unable to function in the normal running of every day life. They can forget to take medications, forget that they need to eat or drink or wash and change their clothes.
For a younger person it may be harder to accept the fact that they will need help with things such as personal care etc. If a person with learning difficulties is diagnosed with dementia there will have to extra support and services made available as this will change their needs even more. There are often delays in diagnosing dementia in a person with learning difficulties as the symptoms are often disguised by the original condition. It does not matter what ethnic
I feel if we were to take away all their independence, take away their choice, it could lead to the service users having behaviour problems and also in the long term they will lose ability to do skills that they once were very capable of doing. 2. (1.2) Analyse reasons why individuals may need support to maintain, regain or develop skills for everyday life The reason why people would need support to maintain, regain or develop skills for everyday life can be very different. People could have different health problems that affect their skills for everyday life. A few examples on what could have an effect are: * Physical health: feeling unwell with a fever leads to tiredness and can make you unable to do usual daily activities.
The actions and aids I supply for communication needs should benefit not just the individual, but the group of service users as a whole, and encourage interaction, inclusion, and social contacts. Regular reviews should be performed, to ensure that communication techniques and aids, are still adequate and addressing the individuals communication needs. Different groups who may have communication support needs could include: * A resident may have suffered a stroke, resulting in dysphasia. As a result, they may become frustrated and angry. * A resident may be suffering from confusion, either temporarily because of an acute medical problem, or as a result of dementia.
EXPLAIN PERSON CENTRED APPROACHES Person-centred is about providing care and support that is centred or focused on the individual and their needs. We are all individual and just because two people might have the same medical condition, e.g. dementia, doesn't mean that they require the same care and support. To work in a person centred way you have to develop a clear understanding about the individuals you are supporting. This includes their needs, their culture, their means of communication, their likes and dislikes, their family and other professionals’ involvement so you can promote and provide person centred care and support.
Level I nurseries are now uncommon in the United States. Healthy babies typically share a room with their mother, and both patients are usually discharged from the hospital quickly.  Level II provides intermediate or special care for premature or ill newborns. At this level, infants may need special therapy provided by nursing staff, or may simply need more time before being discharged. Level III, the Neonatal intensive-care unit (NICU), treats newborns who cannot be treated in the other levels and are in need of high technology to survive.
They probably are a lot more understanding of the health and social issues, the individual may have many of the service offering advice and support on maintaining a healthy lifestyle this can improve the health of the individual. Good health increases confidence. You will feel more able to cope with stresses and strains of daily living, work etc. Have more energy to take part in activities outside of work, school and
3.It can also make a person's quality of life better if they are communicating that they are in pain. 4.Also life saving in the case of a warning. Aii Explain how effective communication can affect relationships in an adult social care setting between: a) Colleagues and other professionals is that you understand one another in different situations, that you can work together as a team communicating. Understanding also that the right information is given out by listen to one another. b) Individuals using the service and their carers is different depending on the person with who you are communicating and the purpose of the communication.