this unit a learner should: Learning outcomes 1 Understand working relationships in health and socialcareAssessment criteria 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship
1.2 Describe different working relationships in health and socialcaresettings 2 Be...
maintain their existing relationships and encourage them in building new ones.
Respect their choice
7.1 COMPAREDIFFERENTUSES OF RISKASSESSMENT IN ADULTSOCIALCARESETTINGS.
Risk can be defined as ‘the possibility of beneficial and harmful outcomes and the likelihood of...
TASK 1.1 - Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth-19 years.
There are different aspects to a child's development including physical, intellectual, language, social and emotional development. Development is continuous and occurs at a different rate...
Assessment Techniques and the Clinical Setting
a. Always comes first!
b. Requires good lighting and adequate exposure
c. Occasional use instruments
b. Usedifferent parts of the hands...
represented a high risk for pressure ulcers. The sensitivity and specificity of the Norton scoring system was 63% and 70%, respectively. The inter-rater reliably of different domains of the Norton scoring system ranged between 0.558 and 0.761.13
The Modified Norton scale uses a 1 to 4 scoring system for...
use services, health and socialcare staff, other adults within the setting 12 A professional approach 13 Verbal communication skills 14 Non-verbal communication skills 15 Other interpersonal skills. It may help you to score yourself for each, as follows: 1 2 3 4 excellent good satisfactory needs...
towards either peers or adults.
Teach children to use and care for
materials, and then trust them to do so
Planning and Resourcing
• Vary activities so that
children are introduced to
• Plan activities that require
• Make materials easily...
children and young people of being online and using a mobile phone.
7.2 Describe ways of reducing risk to children and young people from:
Using a mobile phone...
a satisfactory conclusion.
Social Development 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Plays alongside others. Builds relationships through gesture and talk. Takes turns and shares with adult support. Works as part of a group or class taking turns and sharing fairly. Forms good relationships with adults and peers...
acknowledges that a good adult to child ratio is essential in providing good quality pre-school care.
Staff to child ratio uses the 1989 Children Act as its minimum baseline which is as follows:
Child's age Birth - 2 years 1adult to 3 babies
2 years – 3 Years 1adult to 4 children...
how the responsibilities of all concerned with the care of an individual can be supported by a riskassessment.
Describe two differentuses of riskassessment in adultsocialcaresettings.
Give three reasons why riskassessments designed to support choice and active...
of riskassessment in enabling a person centred approach
7.1 Comparedifferentuses of riskassessment in adultsocialcaresettings. Dip 7.1
7.2 Explain how riskassessment relates to rights and responsibilities. Dip 7.2...
31 Promote communication in health and socialcare or children’s and young people’s settings
Task links to learning outcome 1, assessment criteria 1.1 and 1.2.
Communication is a vital skill required to effectively work with children and/or young people.
Evidence of your practice will be...
Ch. 17 Objectives
1. Describe health promotion, illness prevention, and illness care in the context of the ecological model and social determinants of health (SDOH).
With the ecological model, we look at the environment of the individual and how the two interact together. The environment...
. Michels N. The transition from hospital to home: an exploratory study. Home Health Care Services Quart 1988;9(1):29 – 44.
7. Morris J. (1999) Hurtling into a Void. Brighton. Pavilion Publishing/Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
A review of transition services including material from social service...
setting or by particular activities Explain how and when to report potential health and safety risks that have been identified
1.3 • • • 1.4
2. Understand the use of riskassessments in relation to health and safety
Level 2 Diploma in Health and SocialCare (Adults) for England...
Learning Outcome - The learner will:
Assessment Criteria - The learner can:
1. Understand why communication is
important in adultsocialcaresettings
Identify different reasons why people communicate
Reasons for communication: Sharing ideas and...
They will assess the environment in which you
work, and ask you about the facilities that are
available, and how you provide those services.
7. Understand the role of riskassessment in enabling a
person centred approach
Comparedifferentuses of riskassessment in
healthy, safe and secure environment, including the Care Standards Act (2000) and the role of Ofsted inspection how to useriskassessment procedures to ensure the health and safety of pre-school children and adults how to maintain an hygienic environment in a pre-school setting how to implement and...
To achieve P3, you need to carry out a real riskassessment at your current Health and SocialCare workplace. This will involve you identifying any potential hazards in the care environment. You will then need to assess how severe the threat of harm from the hazard could be along with how...