Unit 4222-203 Introduction to equality and inclusion in health, social care or children's and young people’s settings (SHC 23) Level: Credit value: UAN: 2 2 R/601/5471 Unit aim This unit is aimed at those who work in health or social care settings or with children or young people in a wide range of settings. The unit introduces the concepts of equality, diversity and inclusion which are fundamental to such roles. Learning outcomes There are three learning outcomes to this unit. The learner will: 1. Understand the importance of equality and inclusion 2.
Details of the relationship between the unit and relevant national standards This unit is linked to CHS19. Support of the unit by a sector or other appropriate body This unit is endorsed by Skills for Care and Development. Assessment This unit must be assessed in accordance with Skills for Care and Development's QCF Assessment Principles. Learning outcomes 2, 3, 4 and 5 must be assessed in a real work environment. Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for England (4222-31) 297 Unit 4222-335 Undertake physiological measurements (HSC 3052) Assessment Criteria Outcome 1 Understand relevant legislation, policy and good practice for undertaking physiological measurements The learner can: 1. describe current legislation, national guidelines, organisational policies and protocols affecting work practice.
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Associate Level Material Six Dimensions of Health Worksheet Part 1 For each of the following six dimensions of health, list at least one characteristic, activity, belief, or attitude that reflects that dimension in your life. Provide a brief explanation with each example. Refer to Ch. 1 in the text for explanations of these dimensions. Physical health: Shape and size of your body-Exercising is a form of bettering your physical health Social health: Ability to behave in society on a daily basis- Going to work is a form of social wellbeing.
Working in the Health and Social Care industry I think the most important thing is the service users and our health and social care workers and their happiness. The more I reflect and enhance my own knowledge the more effective the learning and training will be. We also have to take responsibility for our own behaviour on people that we manage and train and encourage them to show positive behaviour too. 1.2 – Analyse potential barriers to professional development There are a number of barriers within my role. Once the barriers have been identified I should look to overcome these.
In addition, they also value personal qualities, such as patience, compassion, sensitivity and empathy, all this information is used to put together a care plan that we can then refer to and use to deliver the care the individual requires/needs. The overall effect of legislation has been to promote person centred care as the highest level of standard in health and social care and also which the individual and their families will expect. The white paper (department of health 1989) states that social and health care services should be designed ‘to provide the right amount of care and support to help people to achieve maximum possible independence and…help them achieve their full potential’. This document has been the key to
I will appropriate his effort and tell his mother about his achievement. The reason for my above action is to encourage Jesse to be independent and build confidence. Task 3 Q1. I would explain to Blake’s mother that every child is different and they might take different amount of time for toilet training. Research suggests that children do not have the physical ability to maintain bladder control until half way through the second year of life.
5.2 Describe attitudes and approaches that are likely to promote an individual’s well-being. Page 1 of 5 Unit Learning Assessment Questions outcome(s) criteria HSC201 1 4 1.1 Define person-centred values? Answer Person-centered care has its focus on the person with his/her condition and not on the disease in the person. We need to understand how the individual experiences his or her situation if we are to understand their behaviour and symptoms. This requires in-depth understanding of the individual’s life circumstances and preferences, combined with up-to-date evidence-based knowledge about individualized medical and social condition and treatment.
One of those organizations is the Joint Commission and another one of them is the National Committee of Quality Assurance (NCQA). These organizations are responsible for developing and improving the quality of care. The Joint Commission is responsible for trying to continually improve the health care of the public they do this by working with stakeholders and evaluating different health care organizations while encouraging them to go above and beyond in providing safe and effective care at the highest quality and value (Spath, 2014). The NCQA is responsible for developing standards that will continue to improve the quality of health care. If an organization is interested in acquiring the seal of the NCQA they must first be able to pass a rigorous and comprehensive review as well as report annually on the continued performance of the organization (About NCQA, 2014).
Continually improving and adapting approaches benefits both service users and practitioners, ensuring that each individual needs are catered for. This will also enable you to establish what training or mentoring you need. How can standards be used to help a social care worker reflect on their practice? You need to know the standards to understand what is expected of you as a health and social care worker. Once you know these you will be able to reflect and ensure you are