Description of problem to be solved
Scenario: ABC Care Home is situated in London and caters to care needs of vulnerable people. The service users come from diverse ethnic and religious background and have varied physical and medical needs. (You may choose the category of service users you work with). Assuming you are a care worker working in this Care Home providing care services to the service users:
1.1 Explain how principles of support are applied to ensure that service users are cared for in this Care Home. 1.2 Outlines the procedures that are adopted in this care home for protecting your clients and your colleagues from harm. 1.3 Analyse the benefit of following a person-centred approach with the service users of this care home. 1.4 Explain any ethical dilemmas and conflict that may have arisen when providing care, support and protection to the elderly clients in your care home. (E.g. Mrs. M is a service user in the residential care home. She is 67 years old. She likes to smoke and drink whisky, which has caused serious problem to her health by having lung cancer. Despite the advice and recommendations of the doctors, the social worker and the manager of the care home she cannot cease this habit. Lately Mrs. M has been suffering from acute pains. The painkillers prescribed by the doctor are not working effectively to relieve the pains of Mrs. M. The doctor is refusing to prescribe stronger painkillers because of their serious adverse effects and possible addiction. But the manager and staffs cannot see Mrs. M suffering by screaming and wandering throughout the premises asking for help.)
Deliverables: Learning Outcome 1 (to be met by assessment requirements 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4)
In the context of above mentioned scenario,
2.1 Explain the implementation of policies, legislation, regulations and codes of practice that are relevant to own work in ABC Care Home. 2.2 Explain how policies and procedures can be...
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