Unit 2 – introduction to personal development in Health, Socialcare or Children’s and Young people’s settings.
1.1 Key Responsibilities:
* To support individuals in their home and in the community.
* To support serviceusers to ensure that their physical, social, emotional and...
school careers services to promote disability training in schools and consider ways to influence young peoples career choice or developing a one stop shop approach to recruitment across health and socialcare.
In addition, the workforce task group will need to consider how to further involve...
setting of any particular health requirements.
* Trains staff if injections or other medical procedures are required.
* Consult/refer to a doctor if they think other professional may be required in the care of the child.
Peripatetic Teacher/Support Worker:
* Assess and test the child...
effects of unsafe practices when preparing, cooking and serving food in a health or socialcaresetting (see Activity 17)
D1 two-day diet plan
justify how the
meets the dietary needs of the two serviceusers (see Activity 11) assess the effectiveness of safe practices when preparing...
1 | Describe the duties and responsibilities of your work role.My Current role is as a “Support Worker” for adults with Learning Disabilities in a residential setting. I am responsible for providing support to the serviceusers, and my duties within the service include. Personalcare, assisting...
our serviceusers to ensure that they have the knowledge, skills and confidence to play an active role in planning their owncare and self-managing their condition to a degree and level, whilst having the assurance that beyond that level support is available.
Promoting the organisation (ACL...
Practice for Employers of SocialCare Workers
• The Patient’s Charter
You need to provide evidence of how you promote equality diversity and inclusion in your
workplace to your assessor, through your policies and procedures and in the delivery of
services. In your managerial role, you will be...
personal needs as the study cases show. Services differ from what they can offer. Some services have a clear social work role while others do approach toward self help. The three family centres (topic 13, p 21-22) are a good example as how different the approach for help can be. In the case of Jack...
SocialCare-Supporting Good Governance
and Best Practice in the HPSS (DHSSPS, 2006) identify the standards that the public,
serviceusers and carers can expect, and the standards the statutory sector and special
agencies need to meet in the planning, delivery and review of health and socialcare...
can carry out these roles. The list I have provided is not exhaustive and there are also many other careers that you can do within the Health and Socialcare sector but I hope it gives evidence that I have a good knowledge of the sector and where I could head after gaining the relevant experience and...
healthcare system in new directions. Influences the context for change in the best interests of services and serviceusers. Uses knowledge, evidence and experience of national and international developments in health and socialcare to influence the future development of health and careservices. Ensures...
spend their own money as they see fit but public funds will be devoted solely to NHS patients.
The NHS will work together with others to ensure a seamless service for patients
The health and socialcare system must be shaped around the needs of patients not the other way round. The NHS will develop...
emotionally and know some sources of
help in dealing with the impact of this.
■ Draw upon your experience and others’
perspectives to enable you to
challenge your thinking and assess the
impact of your actions.
■ Know your role in supporting and
■ Know how to motivate and...
Care home should be able to study every individual resident to see whether their needs are met using Maslow’s theory and where there is anything lacking then a plan is made to rectify it.
2. Analyse howsocial processes impact on users of health and socialcareservice in order to prepare...
social context of healthcare
3. Understand healthcare provisioning
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4
4. Understand the role of public health and health promotion in the provision of healthcare services
Assess national and international socio-political issues in the promotion of...
My ownpersonal and socialcare values will influence the provision of care that i will provide within my working role. It will be essential when working with serviceusers that i am aware of my personal feelings, emotions, attitudes, and beliefs. Being aware of these can help minimise the risk of...
, safety and security are a priority in all health and socialcare (HSC) practice and this unit gives learners an understanding of key principles that underpin work in the sector. On completing the unit, learners will understand how to minimise risks to all individuals in HSC settings, be they service...
LEAD AND MANAGE A TEAM WTHIN A HEALTH AND SOCIALCARE OR CHILDERN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTING. (LM1c).
FEATURES OF EFFECTIVE TEAM PERFORMANCE
The characteristics of an effective team which separates it from other teams and makes it unique or effective is the ability of the team to perform at the...