UNIT 513 POSITIVE OUTCOMES FOR INDIVIDUALS Dear shell i have thrown this together quickly so it may not be too good but hopefully will be ebough xxxx 1. As a manager it is vital that i support my staff team to achieve and demonstrate desirable outcomes with and for the people they support in whatever capacity.By outcomes I mean the specification of the differences that are intended to result from a given activity. 2. Approaches to outciome based practise should be open and transparent, it should involve all of the people supporting the person and the person should be in the centre of it all. Taking into account the opinions of others and listeneing properly to their input will encourage a healthy team and also give the person involved control of whos and what input they would like in their support.
Not only is the setting free of discrimination but equality and fair treatment to everyone is promoted. It is very important within health and social care because the service users will often be vulnerable meaning they are more likely to be a victim of discrimination and affect them a lot worse in comparison to those who are not vulnerable. Not only is it their vulnerability that puts them at more risk of harm and abuse but also because they are putting their lives and care in the hands of others and are trusting them to provide a good standard of service to help them. This is about making your care setting completely equal and giving everyone fair treatment. It includes making sure discrimination doesn’t happen but also promoting anti-discrimination.
She is both. Prejudice has made her realize people will not see what’s inside, and only see what her face looks like. In Farewell to Manzanar, Papa, Mama, and Jeanne all go through many experiences of prejudice, but they all get through it and learn many things on the way. This book shows that back in World War II, not only was Jeanne treated this way, but also many other Japanese families went through
She seem that Janet is lying on her paperwork saying that she sees her clients on their schedule date but her clients state they haven’t seen her at all. Janet is also filling out all of the necessary paperwork on the dame day with the same notes and times. This is impossible to do so it means that none of her notes are true and adequate and she is reporting false information. Janet is not referring her clients when needed and is not doing her job right. Fidelity—is respecting the trust that clients place in their helpers and guarding in keeping promises and being honest in their interactions with
With effective communication there would be a positive atmosphere in the work place, staff would be more than happy to help each other out. Good communication would mean everything would be up-to-date. The service user in the home would feel safer and feel they can trust members of staff. Effective communication between colleagues and other professionals would mean all service users individual needs would be met. B) Individuals using the service and their carers Professional people, such as doctors and nurses, often work within their own specialised language community.
There are some patients or employees with strong accents that can make it difficult for one to understand and may cause a misunderstanding between both parties. Not only do healthcare professionals use communication to provide service but also for financial planning of service, it is used to build a solid relationship between the patient, patients’ family, and the healthcare professionals. Working in such a diverse health facility all employees, volunteers, patients and family need to take time and educate themselves on other cultures because what you might do to others as a joke or just cause might offend or hurt others. All employees should respect the patients’ culture and try to work and communicate as thoroughly as possible to avoid offending their culture, moral, religion, and beliefs. Many individuals think that is immoral to not administer any type of pharmaceutical medication to a dying patient, but out of respect we healthcare professional respect their culture and provide as comfortable as possible according to their
By having more information about the patient’s situation, the clinician should be able to devise courses of action specifically design for the respective patient’s needs and goals. Another factor that may break or make good results in a patient’s pursuit of reaching his or her goals is clinician and patient continuity. In some cases, some agencies have a high turnover rate among their human services specialists. Some patients may or may not like repeating their shameful, traumatic experiences to multiple clinicians. It may have been difficult enough for the patient to share the traumatic experiences with anyone, let alone continue to trust multiple clinicians who may or may not be there in the near future.
Maintaining good communication between ourselves about our job roles, while explaining to the resident what we are doing give honest and unbiased information acknowledging and valuing their opinions and their work outcome 3.4a Q) How and when may you need to access support and advice about partnership working? I can access support and advice from Colleagues-Senior Carers and Management about partnership working, their experience and knowledge will help solve any problems or issues which may arise outcome 3.3, 3.4b Q)
There is no minimum standard of training for healthcare assistants before they can work unsupervised; the government want to change this. Explain the importance of having well trained health and social care professionals. This is about the benefits this brings to the patients. Health care assistants care for and treat some of the most vulnerable people in the country, whether they are elderly or suffering from a physical or mental illness. These people cannot afford to be treated with anything less than the upmost care and respect; it is for this reason that there should be a minimum standard of training for healthcare assistants to be able to work unsupervised.
The stigma a mental health issues often keep the mentally ill from seeking treatment for their illnesses. Those who are overweight in the United States of America are often discriminated against sometime is overt comments and sometimes blatantly by the public and by health care workers. It is the health care system manager’s jobs to seek out this discrimination and train staff to act according to the ethical demands of health care workers to provided equal care to all patients. The "Is National Health Insurance Socialized Medicine?” (2011) website “rationing in U.S. health care is based on income: if you can afford care, you get it; if you can’t, you don’t. A recent study by the prestigious Institute of Medicine found that 18,000 Americans die every year because they don’t have health insurance.” The ability of an individual to pay for the services available has made the receipt of care a precarious situation correction is as simple as correcting accounting principles to decrease the amount of health care dollars spent in the administrative department to help the money go further and offer services to those who are unable to pay from them.