The customer decides to have her hair permed now. ◦ Assist in the selection of preferred options When seated, customer is informed that she has a choice of roller size to determine the curl size of her finished style. The customer decides. ◦ Seek appropriate assistance from other personnel where appropriate The junior is summoned to take the customer to the basin to wash her hair. ◦ Provide prompt service to customers Another customer has entered the salon it is for the cancelled appointment, she is enquiring if her cancelled appointment is still available?
Reflection – Handover During my time on placement so far I have encountered the handover of patients between nurses coming on and off duty every single day. The purpose of this essay is to reflect on this event. The purpose of reflection is to promote desirable pactise though the practitioners understanding and learning about his/her lived experiences (John 1995). I have decided to use the first handover that I saw being given for this reflection. It was my first placement on a rehabilitation and palliative care ward.
If I feel I can’t talk to my nurse in charge about the problem I can talk to my head of care ,but if I am not satisfied I can talk with my deputy manager. If I am still not happy with how they deal with it I can make a formal grievance complaint. The grievance procedure should also include the following steps: -writing the letter to employer setting out the details of grievance; -a meeting with employer to discuss the issue; -the ability to appeal employer's decision.
The staff is trained to recognise any early signs of aggression and all are able to read and use properly body language. Diary for Friday, 05/07/2013 0750 Meeting with the Home Manager – He informed me about some changes in new clients Individual Care Plans and we discussed recent problems from the last two days when I was off. I received some info about two potential clients coming possibly very soon and how we have to collect more data during the pre-admission assessment. The Manager gave me all info/records/ about a new client in S.1/a service user with mental illness, recently on Section 117 from the Hospital/ 0815 Nurse hangover – Nurse-in-charge in the area I manage/ bungalows and satellites/ reported that we expect a potential client who comes for a visit at 1030 with her carers. Eventually , if possible, I have to collect some info – assess and observe and report to the Manager later/after 2pm/.
The Manager will be Linda McKinney and will oversee daily operations of the business, do finances and assist where needed. The bakers will prepare all baked goods fresh daily and are responsible for checking expiration dates and freshness of ingredients used in products. Both customer service representatives will receive orders online and on the phone. They will do this by way of computer data which will transfer to
Michele greenhill 20/6/14. self reflection on provide mobility unit Hsc 2002.1 _________________________ On my shift l was assisting a resident with different health conditions ,The main health condition is parkinsons disease This effects his ability to walk also to communicate .I am aware of the residents communication needs and support needed for mobility because l have supported the resident on previous shifts at my work place .If l did not know the resident l would get to know the support he needed by the nurse at handover and l would also read his care plan before starting my shift at work that day because this would tell me all the needs ,wishes ,and prefrences of the resident as this helps us to use a person centred approach with each invidual resident .l then went to check the hoist and noticed the battery was flat and needed charging so l took it of the hoist and took it to the charging station to be put on charge .Then l informed the nurse in charge .l did this because some other carer off the previous shift who last used it did not check the battery after use to see if it needed charging up so this left us with one less hoist to use till the battery was charged again .l then went to look for a different hoist when l found one l checked it was safe to use and the battery was working and it was .l then went to the bedroom to see the resident .l knocked on the door and waited as the resident needs time to answere because he suffers with parkinsons desease and his reactions are slow even when verbally communicating ,also when he verbally communicates he finds it hard using the right words and needs to be given time to answere .when the resident is in a noisy area for example the dining room his reactions become even slower ,so he prefers to sit in the lounge or bedroom because its quieter .l waited for the resident to tell me to come into
The role of her key worker who is a female is to assist Miss M with all her personal care, and to report any concern to the line manager who would refer it to Miss M’s GP. The role of the family members is to always be there for Miss M, to visit her regularly and to take her to the synagogue every week. The role of the others like the GP, Nurse and Psychiatrist is to provide Miss M with adequate health checks and monitor her medication. 3.3 Support family members to understand person centred approaches and agreed ways of working When the outcomes have been established in the case of Miss M, the manager asked me to talk them through the principles of person centred care and I immediately gave them a brief lecture on how and why they should maintain Miss M rights, choices, privacy, dignity, personality and how to do so using the policies and procedures of the home since nothing can be done from a vacuum. In this way, the family members understood the need of carrying out all their roles in accordance with the laid down rule of the home in order to give Miss M quality care
Course Title: ILM Level 3 Name: Rosanna Blake Date of Course: May 2012 Table of Contents Background 1 Description of the problem 3 Analysis of the problem 6 Resolution of the problem 11 Implementation and communication of the solution 17 Appendix 1 How to Use Eye Drops Properly 19 Appendix 2 Example of Leaflet for eye drop dispenser 22 References 23 Background I work as an administrator within SWECs for the Basildon Integrated Community Team which provides a wide range of nursing care to mainly house-bound patients. My job is to ensure that all referrals are entered onto Systmone patient database and to ensure that visit allocations are distributed on a daily basis. South West Essex Community Services is the leading provider of community health services in south west Essex. In May 2011, South West Essex Community Services became part of North East London NHS Foundation Trust. SWECS forms a business unit alongside Barking and Dagenham Community Health Services and NELFT Mental Health Trust, who all report into one executive management team and board.
Pursuing My Career as a Nurse Akinseye .R.Famutimi Ivy Tech Community College Pursuing My Career as a Nurse Registered Nurses can make a difference in the medical profession, which is the driving passion in my life!” I am currently interested in nursing. I volunteered at the University Hospital ABU to gain a feel for what the environment was like. I desire to be a truly great Registered Nurse. My mum also influence me in my chosen future career, she has been a registered nurse for 25 years, she comes happy every night even on her worst days. According to BLS website (2014), Registered nurses (RNs) provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members.