Write a reflective account detailing an example of how you have, or could have, used a person centred approach in a sensitive or complex situation. The company agreed to exchange the scooter for a more suitable model. They may be embarrassed by the incident and may not want others to see them. An explanation of the procedures to be followed to prevent and in the event of each of the following: a Fire b Gas leak c Floods d Intruding e Security breach 8. Besides filtering and eliminating wastes from the body, the urinary system also maintains the homeostasis of water, ions, pH, blood pressure, calcium and red blood cells.
Self image is how the person sees themselves Self esteem is how a person values themselves Prior to a client receiving care they may have been in a well paid job they may have run their own business and looked after their own ageing parents. A fall could lead to the person losing consciousness or temporary fainting. All personal data must be adequate, relevant and not accesive in relation to the purpose or purposes for which they are processed. By placing duties upon employees, employers, the self-employed, manufacturers, designers and importers of work equipment and materials, the protection of the law, rights and responsibilities are available and given to all at work. Handout 3 — Hazardous substances This handout must include: 6.
This can cause difficulties for a client if that carer leaves is off sick or no longer available. Posters and information sheets must be used and include detailed descriptions of the service provider, funding, services offered, its place in national provision and sector eg: Statutory. Risk Identification Introduction Broadly speaking, Risk Management is the process of measuring or assessing risk and then developing strategies to manage the risk. Ai Identify four different reasons why people communicate. After that, you need to decide the Likelihood and Severity by giving on a scale of 1 to 5, 1 meaning it is not likely to happen whereas 5, it is most likely to be. The major types of geological hazard that could affect Washington are landslides earthquakes and tsunami.
There are also a number of internal factors that determine whether or not a patient will develop pressure damage such as their age, reduced mobility, compromised nutritional status, body weight, incontinence and poor blood supply. By praising and encouraging regularly a client will feel that they have positive feelings and will have something to offer to make a useful contribution to their choices and situation. Undertaking a risk assessment would help to look at the risks and control measures that can be put in place to reduce the risks of the activity i. Disabling the power supply in the prospect of electrical shock. More coursework: The purpose of this essay is to identify and focus on a specific risk to a patient The purpose of this essay is to identify and focus on a specific risk to a patient.
A patient must still be encouraged or assisted to change position frequently, their nutrition status should be monitored and clients must avoid shearing forces on their skin which may cause damage. Its objective is to require staff to file incident reports immediately after incidents have taken place. Task C reflecting on learning experiences Describe how your own values, beliefs and personal experiences might affect your working practice. Explain how encouraging and promoting active participation can help to reduce the likelihood of abuse. They should be confident in knowing how and when to act upon it.
Define what is meant by: 1. People also need to assess the risks involved in doing the things they wish to do without placing themselves at harm or danger; for example one of the residents has vascular dementia and if she wanted to go out shopping alone this would be potentially very dangerous, they could become disorientated and forget their way home. A guide for social care workers which: a describes ways they can ensure the environment promotes well being; b explains why it is important to support individuals in a way that promotes their identity, self image and self esteem. In contrast to this, studies carried out by Pang and Wong 1998, p153 and Stevenson 2004, p81 found the Braden scale to be the most accurate risk assessment. This could lead to legal charges being brought against the company.
A working relationship is with the people you work. All those working with the individual are just as important as each other and everyone makes an essential difference. Task B Reflective account 1. Explain two ways of helping other practitioners to understand the different systems used to record information in adult social care settings. The main criticism of the care planning relating to Elsie was the lack of formal reassessment. In fundamental nature, risk management is an anticipation of likely challenges, which demands an objective assessment of the environment that the project is set to be implemented. Then I would record what I have found which means that I would have to put control measures and make sure that the person is having regular breaks and that the person is exercising the muscles used.
This is necessary to enable identification of any risks and to then aid their prevention. It can be quantitative and qualitative. This is because performers in this Industry are always working with other people, and are responsible for them even to the extent of in a life-threatening situation, if something goes wrong, the company are to blame, meaning that they should be aware of health and safety risks at all times. The reason I would questionnaire parents and staff is because they have the knowledge and understanding of young babies and children and know what the choice of needs are for them. A study conducted by Smith 1989 and cited by Mallett and Dougherty 2003, p693 concluded that the Waterlow scale was the most effective at predicting the risk of developing pressure sores.