It is based on the belief and values that people with learning disabilities are entitled to the same rights and choices as other members of society. To be included, and not segregated from other members of society. 1.4 Explain how the beliefs and values on which person-centred thinking is based differs from assessment and other approaches to planning. Person-centred thinking is based around the individual and what is important to live their life in a way that they want, and the support they required to achieve this. Assessments and other approaches take into account the basic requirements for each individual but the individual may not be involved with the decision on where they are placed.
Children have rights , thoughts and opinions and they are valued. Procedures for schools to follow to ensure inclusion and this links into Special Education Needs and the disability act. Codes of practice gives guidance on how to ensure people of different races and treated equally. Protects children against discrimination focus on inclusion and protects children against discrimination. Gives guidance and support to school staff and ensure high quality service and the best practice possible.
The carer would encourage the individual to have more of a say in their day to day life, get them involved in decision making and feel valued. The individual would be inclined to reach goals if we all worked together. 1.2 Outline the benefits of working with an individual with dementia in a person centred manner. Benefits of working in a person centred manner will give the individual self-esteem and actually
Unit 4222-245 Christine Stokes LD 201 Outcome 1 (1) The following are some of the legislation and policies that are in place to promote human rights etc for individuals with learning disabilities: The Disability Discrimination Act, The Human Rights Act 1998, The Health and Social Care Act 2012, The Mental Capacity Act 2005, there would also be policies and procedures that have to be adhered to within each setting for example Diversity and Equality, Confidentiality etc. (2) The influence that legislation and policies have on the day-to-day experiences of an individual with a learning disability and of their families is as follows i.e. covert discrimination; overt discrimination; harassment; rights; labelling; vulnerability; stereotyping; inclusion; prejudice; empowerment; abuse; opportunity and equality. Outcome 2 (1) The meaning of learning disability means i.e. ‘an incomplete or state of arrested development of the mind’, an individual with a learning disability will have significant impairment of intellectual function/social and adaptive.
1.1 Identify the legislation and policies that are designed to promote the following. 1.2 Explain how they influence the day to day experiences of individuals with learning disabilities and their families. Human Rights The Human Rights Act 1998 This act has many rights; amongst them are the right not to be discriminated against. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 This act states that everyone should be treated as able to make their own decisions until it is shown that they are not able to. Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and 2005 The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) aims to protect disabled people from discrimination.
There are also a lot of services in the corrections that may help a client achieve completion of their program. There is work release, trustee work, counseling, education and other benefits that may help the client better them and get them ready to be reestablished with
1.2 Explain how active pariticipation promotes independance in the tasks of daily living. Active involvement in learning to develop life skills can help people to become independent. Learning in a safe environment and knowing that there is support at hand in case it is needed will give a person conﬁdence and reassurance. 1.3 Describe how daily living tasks may be affected by an individuals culture or background Gender perception and culture can inﬂ uence daily living tasks. For example, some might ﬁ nd it more acceptable for women to deliver personal care and tend to household tasks because this is how they were brought up.
Task 1: Write an explanation of: * what it means to have a duty of care in own work role * How duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals Duty of care is a requirement and obligation that a person in a caring role has to make sure that others are taken care of and not harmed. It includes watching out for potential hazards and trying to prevent mistakes and accidents. It is important because of a duty of care is not met then the responsible person can be held accountable if things go wrong. A carer in early years has a duty of care to protect the children in their care by following the legislation and the policies and procedures that are in place at the workplace. Policies and procedures are put in place so that there are rules and boundaries to make sure that people know how to work in the setting and what is expected of them to prevent harm and danger to others in the work setting.
Unit 4222-245 Understand the context of supporting individuals with learning disabilities (LD 201) Outcome 1 Understand the legislation and policies that support the human rights and inclusion of individuals with learning disabilities 1. identify legislation and policies that are designed to promote the human rights, inclusion, equal life chances and citizenship of individuals with learning disabilities 2. explain how this legislation and policies influence the day to day experiences of individuals with learning disabilities and their families. Outcome 2 Understand the nature and characteristics of learning disability The learner can: 1. explain what is meant by ‘learning disability’ 2. give examples of causes of learning disabilities 3. describe the medical and social models of disability 4. state the approximate proportion of individuals with a learning disability for whom the cause is ‘not known’ 5. describe the possible impact on a family of having a member with a learning disability. Outcome 3 Understand the historical context of learning disability The learner can: 1. explain the types of services that have been provided for individuals with learning disabilities over time 2. describe how past ways of working may affect present services 3. identify some of the key changes in the following areas of the lives of individuals who have learning disabilities: • where people live • daytime activities • employment • sexual relationships and parenthood • the provision of healthcare. Outcome 4 Understand the basic principles and practice of advocacy, empowerment and active