This means decorating their bedroom to their liking and surrounding them with their own belongings where possible. We will discuss with family and wishes expressed by the resident to them regarding how they want their death to be handled. Agreed ways of working provide guidelines for dealing with an issue as difficult as death in a way that is respectful to everyone concerned while meeting the individual’s physical and psychological needs. 1.2 At Hafan-Y- Waun we have an end of life plan that is ideally discussed with every individual in our care. This may not always be possible and it must be handled with much sensitivity.
I am expected to follow the home's codes of practice and conduct and the CSSIW's care standards. My work role includes promoting the need to safeguard each resident and promote their rights, interests and well-being. Outcome 2 2.1. Reflective practice is important to help develop your own work skills and to ensure that codes of practice are being followed, this is done during supervisions and appraisals. 2.3.
Also planning the day and having a routine which best fits around each individual ensuring that their best interests and personal choices come first. Other ways are - It also our duty of care to promote independence, and ensure that all individuals are aware of what their rights are. We should be aware of how to recognize signs of abuse, neglect or unacceptable behaviour and to follow policies and procedures if this happens All individuals should be treated fairly and without prejudice Informing management if there is anything that is stopping us from carrying out our job safely Complying with health and safety regulations Ensuring residents know about the complaints procedure and to report a complaint | 1.2 Explain how duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protectionof individuals | We are responsible in keeping individuals safe from harm, whether it is illness, abuse or harm and injury. We can do this by involving families and other health care professionals in their care plan, getting ideas on ways best to support their family. Following a code of practice and
Maintain client information confidentiality. Employee or service provider is committed to make any necessary adjustments for staff or client with disabilities. Code of practice, staff training and education. Recognizing and promoting people’s rights and improve the accountability of decision makers. If the client would chose to talk with me during the massage about private things, I would support him and ensure that the conversation is confidential.
This is based around each individual and their careplan so the care i give is individual to them. I assist with personal hygiene, toileting and administer medication. As much as i enjoy assisting clients i always encourage them to be as independent as possible by letting them plan their day and making own choices. Also providing the clients with a welcoming and friendly environment will make all the difference to the person settling in. This provides stability for them and a sense of belonging.
The caregivers must however protect patients from harm, maintain confidentiality and respect patients’ privacy. Taking patient consent is part of the care value base as it is in their right of care. For Ronnie to be comfortable and understand what I was doing, I was talking him through how I would take the blood pressure using certain equipment so he wouldn’t be confused with the machine next to him. I ensured that the patient was comfortable before leaving the area. It is important leaving the patient happy so they don’t feel vulnerable and depressed.
Unit 58. SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS TO MEET PERSONAL CARE NEEDS. Question 2.3 Explain how to report concerns about the safty and hygine of equipment or faclilties use for person care. ANWSER 2.3 Every equipment should be safe and clean before use, we all have a responsibility to keep equipment safe and clean to our client before we use it. Here is some of the routine I do.
CU2637 – Support Individuals to Meet Personal Care Needs 1.1 Encourage an individual to communicate their needs, preferences and personal beliefs affecting their personal care 1.2 Establish the level and type of support and individual needs for personal care Working with the service users that I do means that they are dependant on me to complete all levels of their personal care. Whilst they are unable to do things for themselves they are however often able to at least express their wishes, whether it be what colour shirt they wish to wear or whether or not they want a shave or to have their hair washed. Before commencing their personal care I therefore ensure that as many choices are given to them as possible. Each service user requires different levels of assistance for their personal care. Some service users require me to wash, dry and dress them as well as preparing meals and feeding them, whereas others are able to undress, wash their own hair and bodies then dry and dress themselves with little assistance.
Also to be aware of the diversity and needs of your patients and identify areas where needs could be better satisfied and where the diversity of patients could be improved. This is where the training improves my ability because it is for me to action the hospital’s written equality, diversity and inclusion policy and make sure that I work within the guidelines set. Understand support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care 2.1 Describe dilemmas that may arise between the duty of care and individual’s right. In the healthcare profession we always try to give the best service which we can and ensure that people are happy with the service that we provide but sometimes dilemmas occur as we don’t always agree with everyone. Unfortunately having codes of conduct/procedures etc do not always match the wishes of the person.
1.2 The care contributes of safeguarding or protection of the people in my care is to protect them from sexual, physical or emotional harm by main ting a safe environment where they feel safe and able to talk to myself or staff about anything they feel is not right or concerns them or their families have about the care being proved. There is paper work in place to stop such thing as behaviour charts and working in pairs to be able to observer each in work. This helps to ensure against risk of allegation of misconduct or abuse. And to make sure that we preserve the respect and dignity of all that I care for by treating them the way I would like to be treated. Know how to address conflicts or dilemmas that may arise between an individual’s right and the duty of care.