Unit 505 Working in partnership health and social care or children and young people’s settings (M2c) 1. Identify the features of effective partnership working Person-centred care has become the foundation of efforts to reform health care in the UK. This is the core concept that Government Policy is built around and a major aspect enabling individuals to participate in decision making about their care at every level. By focusing on the individuals’ aspirations and goals, placing them at the centre, the care team can ensure that their best interests are maintained and preferences are considered. Health Act 1999 Partnership working is a key element of practice in the health and social care setting.
The concepts of power sharing, consultation and joint ways of working are essential for effective service provision. Health and social care professionals need to understand the importance of promoting autonomy with individuals. They also need to be aware of their own roles and responsibilities and how they relate to others within the sector. Companies therefore now need to think creatively about how to recruit and involve individuals in planning and delivering of care services and need to invest time and effort in effective ‘partnership working’. This ensures the individual accessing care or services is placed at the centre or home.
Support of the unit by a sector or other appropriate body This unit is endorsed by Skills for Care and Development. Assessment This unit must be assessed in accordance with Skills for Care and Development’s QCF Assessment Principles. Learning outcomes 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 must be assessed in a real work environment.. Unit 4222-305 Promote person centred approaches in health and social care (HSC 036) Assessment Criteria Outcome 1 Understand the application of person centred approaches in health and social care The learner can: 1. explain how and why person-centred values must influence all aspects of health and social care work Putting a person in the centre of their own care not only allows you as the support worker to
Assignment 305 – understand person centred approaches in adult health and social care settings Task A Awareness Raising Campaign Your work is running a campaign to improve staff understanding of all aspects of person centred care. You have been asked to create the following materials: Ai - A poster which describes a range of person centred approaches to care Aii - A hand out which explains why person centred values are important and how they influence social care work Aiii – A poster that explains the factors which can contribute to the wellbeing of individuals Aiv – A hand out that explains the link between identity, self-image and self esteem. Av - A guide for social care workers which: • A – describes ways they can ensure the environment promotes well being • B – Explain why it is important to support individuals in a way that promotes their identity, self image and self esteem. Av A Everybody wants to feel physically and mentally well but sometimes we do not know how to achieve it. People need information and guidance on how to eat healthy, what activities and where to do them.
Promote positive behavior By Natalie Glasspool Birchwood House Karen Taylor 1.1 In order to promote positive behaviour in a care setting or organisation you should follow legislation made by government such as the Human Rights Act 1998, codes of practice and relevant policies set out by your work place. It is important to read and understand these legislations and policies and then apply them to working practice. We receive mandatory training that reinforces the trusts policies and keeps us informed of any changes to be aware of. Best practice tells us that if we keep good notes and share information with colleagues correctly then we will be able to help and support patients correctly and encourage positive behaviour. 1.2 Restrictive interventions are ways and methods that prevent an individual from carrying out a certain task.
For example: Talking Points – This tool was designed to be used within adult services in Scotland. The tool consists of staff development, information for service users and carers, resources to support data management and information on how to use the approach. The pilot providers used this approach in relation to services that they have been commissioned to provide, but have been guided by the servicer’s users and what they have told them. This approach has helped to improve the individual quality of life. It has also given the providers evidence that the support being provided is supporting them to achieve in life what they want.
In this essay I am going to describe how anti-discriminatory practice is promoted in health and social care settings. In addition to this I am going to write about the ethical principles and I am going to think about putting the patient/service user at the heart of service provision, for example providing active support consistent with the beliefs, culture and preferences of the individuals, supporting individuals to express their needs and preferences, empowering individuals, promoting individuals’ rights, choices and wellbeing; balancing individual rights with the rights of others; dealing with conflicts; identifying and challenging discrimination. Furthermore I will also link it too personal beliefs and values and think about how it influences on
Understand how to implement a person-centred approach in an adult social care setting. 2.1 Explain how finding out the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual contributes to their care plan. When planning individual support it is necessary to document and record day – to day requirements of the individual's preferences for care and support. We can do this by addressing individual needs and preferences within a care plan, as well as individual support plans. Having a holistic approach to meeting the needs and preferences of each individual is also a key skill.
Angela Friel C688704X 3.2 TMA02 Part A ‘The care and support that we provide for people should enable them to make the most of their lives’ (DH. 2006, p.13). How successful are health and/or social care services in achieving this aim? Introduction This essay will consider whether health and/or social care services enable people to make the most of their lives. It is important that services can be user led and person centred.
Assignment 305- Promote Person Centred Approaches in Adult Social Care Settings Task A- Awareness Raising Campaign You work is running a campaign to improve staff understanding of all aspects of person centred care. You have been asked to create the following materials: Ai) A poster which describes a range of person centered approaches to care. Person Centred Approaches are ways that organisations use tools from person centered planning in order to help support individuals and which focuses on what is important to them and how they can achieve life targets, the person centered tools also help to establish if support is needed and which type of support will best suit the needs and wants of the individual. There are different types