• Nvq Dementia
    personal information may be shared with carers and others, taking into account legislative frameworks and agreed ways of working Outcome 2 Be able to maximise the rights and choices of individuals with dementia The learner can: 1. demonstrate that the best interests of an individual with...
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  • Understand Key Legislation and Agreed Ways of Working That Support the Fulfilment of Rights and Choices of Individuals with Dementia While Minimising Risk of Harm.
    an advocate should be of individual’s best interest. Exchange of information from one health professional to the other should be done securely and access to it is carefully controlled. 2. Be able to maximise the rights and choices of individuals with dementia. 3.3 How do you demonstrate...
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  • Evaluate Agreed Ways of Working That Relate to Rights and Choices of an Individual with Dementia
    Julia Colley - Level 3 Diploma Hea lth and Social Care Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising risks 1.1 These are some of the legislation related to minimising the risk of harm for an individual with dementia. Key legislation are Human Rights Act 1998...
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    individual with dementia to make decisions may fluctuate 3 Be able to involve carers and others in supporting individuals with dementia 3.1 Demonstrate how carers and others can be involved in planning support that promotes the rights and choices of an individual with dementia and minimises risk of...
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  • Enable Rights and Choices of Indivduals with Dementia Whilst Minimising Risk
    service user. The Medication sheet would also be in with the care plan; a key factor is getting consent to access information. 2 BE ABLE TO MAXIMISE THE RIGHTS AND CHOICES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DEMENTIA 2.1 SEE STANDARDS. 2.2 It is very important not to assume that an Individual with dementia...
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  • Dementia
    , dissatisfying interactions with medical community eg difficulty in obtaining early diagnosis, uncertainty about availability of support services and treatments, importance of person centred values eg. Individual rights, choice, privacy, independence, dignity, respect, autonomy.   WHEN PERSON HAS DEMENTIA THEY AND OTHERS CAN BE FEARFUL. HOW TO OVERCOME THESE FEARS....
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  • formative assignment
    care that professionals working in mental health care provide. They are as follows; individual uniqueness; real choices; attitudes and rights; dignity and respect; and respectful partnerships. The main part of this assignment is to critique a care plan by focusing on the interventions it contains...
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  • Understanding Clients and Housing Management
    relating to those with mental health disabilities is giving people choice. The right to live a full and active life when suffering from dementia is based on the premise that people with dementia should have the same right to independence and choice as others. A review of the literature on...
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  • Managing Communication Skill
    that there is rarely one right answer in any given situation. In this Chapter we will discuss how this framework might be practically applied in the day-to-day care of people with dementia, whether in their own homes, or living in some form of supported or residential care. We will then consider in...
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  • Unit 6
    | | | | | | | | | | |2. Be able to maximise the rights and choices of |2.1. Demonstrate that the best interests of an individual with dementia are considered when planning...
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  • Hnd Level 5- Unit 9
    individual to have support utensils for them to be used and at the same time it promotes service user’s independence in eating and drinking. Since I am working in Dementia Unit, we have what we call “Adapted equipment and feeding aids” that the service users used, for them to maximise their independence...
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  • tma 04
    Social exclusion refers to processes in which individuals or entire communities of people are systematically blocked from rights, opportunities and resources, e.g. housing, employment, healthcare, civic engagement, democratic participation and due process, that are normally available to members...
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  • NVQ3, DEM 301
    abilities and limitations of individuals with dementia. Most cases of dementia are caused by damage to the structure of the brain which affects the individual's ability to function as they once did. Because of this damage, there is an inability of the brain to send the right signals for the sequencing of...
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  • Diploma in Health & Social Care (Adults) for England Level 2
    agreed ways of working that support the fulfilment of rights and choices of individuals with dementia while minimising risk of harm 2 2.1 Be able to maximise the rights and choices of individuals with dementia 2.2 2.3 2.4 282 N029651 – Specification – Edexcel Level 2 Diploma in...
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  • Unit 14
    overwhelmed with choice, for example, individuals suffering from Dementia, may respond better if you give them two simple choices but this is much better than giving no choice at all. You will need to be able to communicate and listen well 5.2: That depends on the mental capacity of the individual you want...
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  • Social Care
    empowerment are particularly important for individuals who have a physical impairment, dementia, learning disability or a mental health need. Practitioners are obliged to ensure that patients are fully aware of their circumstances and able to give informed consent, in that they must have sufficient...
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  • Nvq3 Diploma - Health and Social Care
    . | | | | | | | |Principle 1 – Ensure individuals are able to make informed choices to manage their self-care needs...
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  • Unit 369,375
    | | | |What are your organisational requirement on equality, diversity, discrimination and rights when | | | |relating to individuals and key people‘s language and communication preferences and equal treatment...
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  • Enabling clients to make choices
    vulnerable client group make the right choices for each individual person as “…social work practice contains a terrible potential for the misuse of power” (Payne and Littlechild, 2000)? At the heart of answering this question are the core values of social care that include ethics, principles, codes...
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  • “as People Live Longer, Increasing Proportions of the Population Become Not Only Simply Old, but Also Frail and in the Need of Care.”
    related to an ongoing weakening in the brain, some of the more common symptoms of dementia include, a persons memory, their ability to think, language that they use, their understanding as well as judgement all deteriorating, some at different speeds than others. Individuals suffering from dementia...
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