In this case I would seek guidance for their care plan and GP as to what is acceptable for them to be having. 3. As a Support Assistant it is my job to advise & promote to all service users about a healthy balanced diet and its importance. Also to give them enjoyable foods they can eat and met their dietary needs. For example: a service user may have problems to swallow, dribble whilst eating and get embarrassed in front of peers.
It is important that we are able to recognise the different cultural requirements for our clients may present so we have to consider how we can meet these requirements needed. We have a client who has dementia he has to have a gluten free diet, so we always make sure we have a choice of meals and snacks that are gluten free to choose
After the dietician calculates a suitable diet they will make recommendations to a physician so he can write the dietary order. The dietician will document the progress of the treatment in a medical record. The dietician also plays an important role in developing the care home menus. They will evaluate the amount of proteins, vitamin and fibres in each menu item and makes recommendations to the dietary director. He also plays a role
they may be a vegetarian so meat will not be eaten or they are a Muslim therefore they will not eat any Pork). You should also offer the individual a choice of the way they would like their food cooked. By asking the individual and giving them choices of the foods available, I will be encouraging their preferences. 2. Encourage the individual to select suitable options for food and drink.
With some service users, offering a choice between two items- having a fruit yoghurt, or a fruit salad, while showing them the respective foods, is a feasible way. With other customers, offer only one dish at a time, asking whether the customer would like to have it, or not. If the answer is no, show another item and repeat the yes/no question. If the customer does not have the capacity to choose that given day, the carer may make a choice for him/her, based on the likes/dislikes of the service user and the restrictive criteria described in the care plan and also ensuring a healthy and varied diet. 1.2.
Where a client is subject to a controlled diet (for medical reasons) it may be necessary to measure out portions of food to ensure the diet is maintained. Measured urine or stool samples may need to be collected for clinical examination where requested by medical professionals. B. Not sure of question as scan has not been 100% Outcome 2 Be able to support individuals to prepare to carry out their own health care procedures The learner can: 1. establish with others own role in supporting individuals to carry out their own health care procedures a. When working as an individual support worker assisting an individual clearly both you and the client need to be clear as to roles and responsibilities on both sides.
This also aims to convince the consumer group that they are making the right decision in choosing to use a particular brand (No Author, 2012). Coca-Cola has done this through marketing this product to young adults and adults who are known to skip breakfast and sometimes lunch. This drink provides a healthy replacement when not able to have a meal. This product allows the adult to have something healthy versus something unhealthy such as chips, candy, or other types of junk food. This product is also aimed at the health conscious adult that does not want to eat unhealthy.
With the influx of different cultures, it is important for staff to be aware of religious practices of each culture. Upon admission the admit nurse should have gathered information about Mr. J’s diet and contacted the in-house Dietitian, who would have known by his religious background, what foods to avoid. Then the kitchen supervisor could have been notified of the diet order for this particular patient therefore preventing the patient, his daughter and the doctor from becoming angry. And, never should a nurse cover up a mistake by making a joke about the incident. Page 3 Quality patient care can be advanced throughout the hospital by providing nurses with data such as the number of incidence of pressure ulcers and ways to prevent this from occurring, by providing education on restraints and when and when not to use them and how to use them correctly.
In order to curb this issue, we must watch our waistline, we are to be careful as to what we eat, eat foods that are organic, cut back on sweets and exercise regularly. The article in Child Health clearly points out to the reader, “Reducing HFCS will certainly reduce
Unit 8-P2 In this essay I am going to explain different psychological approaches to health practice. Social learning theory According to this theory, we need to have a good role model in our life, so that we can learn good behaviours from them. For people who want to eat healthy and be healthy, celebrity such as, Jamie Oliver would be a very good role model, because he teach people to eat healthy to have a healthy life. He also brought lots of publicity to the healthy eating campaign. If someone eats junk food all the time and that person’s mother or friend told him/her to eat healthy, it’s less likely that he/she will listen to them, but if he/she admires Jamie Oliver and he suggests to eat healthy, then there is more possibility for that person to follow what he says.