Disabilities may affect confidence and challenge social skills. Emotional If a child or young person is not emotionally secure it could impact on their development. A child or young person who is not shown any love, attention or support or even abused at home would suffer from low self esteem and have little or no confidence or value of themselves, causing them to have difficulties in socialising and participate in learning activities. Physical Physical influences include genetic conditions such as Cystic Fibrosis and Downs syndrome, which may affect a child or young persons development, which could be from problems caused by their condition such as growth and strength, meaning a child or young person may take longer to meet particular stages of development. Environmental The environment in which a child or young person lives may affect their development.
Case Study 2 Civ) a range of approaches to help indivual make informed choices can be creating flash cards and other communication aids to help a person to understand the questions t is all about furnishing them with all the facts so they can make an informed choice. Cv) Different ways to help an indivual challenge decisions made by others such as medical practitioners, social workers and family members is to knowing key working skills, ensuring the service user understands letters or appointments accompanying them to appointments where you have gained permission to do so.Also to stand your ground for those less assertive due to age/learning disability or infirmity. Always make things clear as you go along to make sure you don’t confuse or mislead anyone and always respect their wishes in their best interest. Cvi) Possible consequences if the person views of others such as medical practitioners, social workers and family members are allowed to influence the choices
Pwcs26 Sarah Turner unit 2 understand how to implement a person-centred approach in an adult social care setting. 2.1 describe how to find out the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual. Understanding a persons history will help you understand the person as an individual as it is these past experiences that will influence the individual's current behaviour and functioning. In order to know about a person's preferences, wishes and needs you have to talk and listen to an individual, ask friends and family about a person, observe a persons behaviour, monitor how a person responds to you, offer choices and observe responses and reading case notes provided by other professionals. It is important to remember that an individual's preferences, wishes and needs will be based on religious beliefs and culture and will change so it is important to ask an individual, watch an individual and listen to an individual.
Orientation can be affected and people can lose a sense of what is around them and where they are. This can result in a loss of sense of freedom, a loss of security, and a loss of control in their environment. Hearing loss can make face to face communication difficult and can cause people to feel isolated and excluded from conversations. 1.2 identify steps that can be taken to overcome factors that have a negative impact on individuals with sensory loss People with sensory loss need to find other ways in which they can obtain information. Makaton and BSL can help people with hearing loss.
This makes it different from traditional approaches in assessment and individual planning. Person Centred Planning is a way to help people think what they want/need out of life and plan how to do it. The person is the ‘key’ to the planning process. The planning process helps to get others who care about the individual to help in the planning and doing. Person Centred Planning is based on an explicit set of beliefs and values concerning people with disabilities, services and communities.
When the neurons get damaged and no longer function efficiently the resulting limitations differ, depending on which side of the brain is damaged. The right side of the brain will cause problems understanding things, and recognizing people and things. Damage in the left side of the brain has been seen to cause by depression, and problems with speech. 1.4 How other factors can cause changes in an individual’s condition that may not be attributable to dementia A variety of
UNIT 4222-319 (HSC 3020) FACILITATE PERSON CENTRED ASSESSMENT, PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW LEARNING OUTCOMES OUTCOME 1 UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES OF PERSON CENTRED ASSESSMENT AND CARE PLANNING TERMS HOLISTIC – this is looking at the whole situation 1. Explain the importance of a holistic approach to assessment and planning of care or support You need to look beyond what you see when you first meet a new client as having an holistic approach means that you need to recognize that all parts of the person’s life has an impact of the care needs of that person. The Valuing People (2001) White paper is where the person centred planning came from originally. There are some broad outlines and key principles of PCP (Person centred planning) in this paper. I personally use ‘WE TAILOR TO YOUR REQUIREMNTS’ which again says it is the person and the whole situation so with this in mind I would put the A person /client at the centre of the care/support plan B their family and friends must be full partners C anyone else involved with the persons wider life should be included d. This PCP should reflect the person’s capacities, what is important now and in the future for that person and must specify the support they require to make a contribution in their community 2.
Understand the nature and characteristics of learning disabilities 1. Explain what is meant by ‘learning disability’ The Department of Health in England define learning disability as a -“significantly reduced ability to understand new or complex information, to learn new skills (impaired intelligence) along with a reduced ability to cope independently (impaired social functioning).” It affects the way some people understand information and how they communicate 2. Give examples of causes of learning disabilities * Brain injuries/dysfunction * Neurological
This will include my belief that each person deserves to have a careful assessment or initial consultation from therapist to client and after careful consideration of the clients needs and preferences that the most appropriate screed would be used to benefit the client. . I will also discuss two very different hypnotherapists namely Dave Elman and Milton H Erickson. Lastly I will discuss hypnosis and mental health, and the tools that are often used in Hypnotherapy for assessment of a client, and to score an individual, which aids the hypnotherapist in the decision as to which style of screed to use in their clients therapy. Returning to the essay title, analizing the question as
Lack of personal hygiene can also have an effect on a person’s well-being by affecting their mental health which can lead to insecurities by them not feeling good about themselves and a loss of confidence. This can lead to their physical well-being if their health deteriorates. [LD 206.2] Know how to encourage an individual to maintain personal hygiene To encourage someone to maintain personal hygiene I should have a discussion with them to see if there is an underlying issue preventing them from carrying out this procedure, i.e. embarrassment, financial, cultural needs, we could look at what they would like to happen and the products they would like to use during their support and this could be put in their care plan. We should discuss the implications of them not carrying out personal care like infections and the effects e.g.