"Evaluate Agreed Ways Of Working That Relate To Rights And Choices Of An Individual With Dementia" Essays and Research Papers

  • Evaluate Agreed Ways Of Working That Relate To Rights And Choices Of An Individual With Dementia

    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, Mental Health Act 2007, Disability Discrimination Act, Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006, Carers (equal opportunities ) Act 2004. Together these legislations form the fundamental rights and freedom of an individual. These affect the rights of every day...

    Decision making, Human rights, Individual 841  Words | 3  Pages

  • 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.

    2.1 Explain the key legislation that relates to fulfilment of rights and choices and the minimising of risk of harm and the impact on an individual with dementia. * Human Rights Act of 1998 * Mental Capacity Act of 2005 * Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards 2005 * Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 * Mental Health Act 2007 * The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 * Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 * Carers(Equal Opportunities) Act...

    Choice architecture, Decision making, Decision making software 1306  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rights and Choices in dementia care

    Rights and Choices in dementia care Explain the impact of key legislation that relates to fulfilment of rights and choices and the minimising of risk of harm for an INDIVIDUAL with dementia Key Legislations was brought in to protect the rights and choices of residents with or without dementia, while ensuring the risk of harm is minimised these legislations are: Human Rights act 1998 Mental capacity act 2005- Adults with incapacity act 2000 and 2007 Mental health act 2007 Disability discrimination...

    Alzheimer's disease, Complaint, Disability Discrimination Act 1995 911  Words | 2  Pages

  • Assignment 50 Enable Rights And Choices Of Individuals With Dementia Whilst Minimising Risks

    Assignment 50: Unit 50: Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising risks Learning Outcome 1: 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 1.1 What is the impact of the Mental Health Act, and the Mental Incapacity Act (Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards) on individuals who are living with the experience of dementia; with regards to minimising the risks...

    Capacity, Decision making, Decision theory 1833  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rights and Dementia

    Dementia 211 C-unit Outcome 1- understand key legislation and agreed ways of working that ensure the fulfilment of rights and choices of individuals with dementia while minimising risk of harm. Key legislation- Human rights act 1998 Mental capacity act 2005 Mental capacity and deprivation of liberty safeguards 2005 Adults with incapacity (Scotland) act 2000 Mental health act 2007 The disability discrimination act 1995 Safeguarding vulnerable groups act 2006 Carers...

    Civil and political rights, Human rights, Individual 1329  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rights Human Rights

    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 WORD MEANING RIGHTS Human rights; independence; respect; freedom to do what I want; to protect myself and my property; to be heard; to vote; to express my sexuality; right to an education/work. RISK Danger; part of life; unacceptable or acceptable; who’s risk? risky activities; risk of harm; injury; protection. CHOICE Independence; ‘my life’;...

    Health care, Human rights, Individual rights 2020  Words | 5  Pages

  • Approaches to Enable Rights and Choices for Individuals with Dementia whilst Minimizing Risks

    Enable Rights and Choices for Individuals with Dementia whilst Minimising Risks 1 1.1 Key legislation: relevant sections from current legislation, eg Human Rights Act 1998, Mental Capacity Act 2005, Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards 2005, Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000, Mental Health Act 2007, Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006, Carers (Equal Opportunities) Act 2004, No Secrets’ – government policy document 1.2 Agreed ways...

    Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Individual, Individual rights 1424  Words | 5  Pages

  • Support Individuals to Access and Use Services Facilities

    to respect and recognise an individual’s heritage because all individuals have | |recognise and respect an individual’s |rights and preferences as a way of respecting them. For example; | |heritage |Providing active support and place the choice and preferences of individuals at the centre. These | | |include; choice of menus, life style, communication methods and beliefs and wishes...

    Disability, Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Discrimination 843  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nvq Dementia

    Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising risks Assessment Criteria Outcome 1 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 The learner can: 1. explain the impact of key legislation that relates to fulfilment of rights and choices and the minimising of risk of harm for an individual with dementia 2. evaluate agreed ways of working that relate...

    Alzheimer's disease, Caregiver, Decision making 393  Words | 2  Pages

  • Enable Rights and Choices of Individuals with Dementia Whilst Minimising Risks

    Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising risks Task 1 Key legislations such as Human rights act 1998 Mental capacity act 2005 Adults with incapacity (Scotland) act 2000 Mental health act 2007 The disability discrimination act 1995 Safeguarding vulnerable groups act 2006 Carers (equal opportunities) act 2004 Are all laws put into place to help protect an individual from abuse whilst ensuring they can still for fill their right and maintain...

    Data Protection Act 1998, Health care, Human rights 1015  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unit 21 Dementia

     Questions Unit 21 Understand the process and experience of dementia Q.1 Describe a range of causes of dementia syndrome Dementia is caused by damage to brain cells. This damage interferes with the ability of brain cells to communicate with each other. When brain cells cannot communicate normally, thinking, behaviour and feelings can be affected. The brain has many distinct regions, each of which is responsible for different functions (for example, memory, judgment and movement). When cells...

    Alzheimer's disease, Brain, Human brain 1793  Words | 6  Pages

  • Unit 372 Dementia 313 Level 3 Diploma Hsc

    each individual’s experience of dementia is unique 1.3: Describe how the experience of dementia may be different for individuals who are: Dealing with a learning disability: Dementia generally affects people with learning disabilities in similar ways to people without a learning disability, but there are some important differences. People with a learning disability are at greater risk of developing dementia at a younger age - particularly those with Down's syndrome...

    Culture, Disability, Educational psychology 776  Words | 3  Pages

  • Understand the impact of recognition and diagnosis of dementia

    diagnosis of dementia 2.1. Describe the impact of early diagnosis and follow up to diagnosis I have been in care for a while and started out as a health care support worker so I have seen all different levels of progression with all different types of dementia. However the importance of early diagnosis is the same. Early diagnosis is necessary to improve the treatment, information and the care and support that they revive and also to allow them and their family to make well-being choices for their...

    Care of residents, Diagnosis, Emotion 1221  Words | 3  Pages

  • nvq unit306 dementia

    Understand the neurology of Dementia Describe a range of causes of dementia syndrome Dementia syndrome is a combination of conditions, which are sometimes called a mixed dementia. Causes of dementia are: • Specific diseases; Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease. • Cerebral vascular accident such as stroke of the brain • A group of conditions/brain disorders Alzheimer’s is caused by broken signals within the brain leading to the death of brain cells, this can also lead to a shortage of some important...

    Alzheimer's disease, Brain, Cerebral cortex 1779  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rights and Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups

    legislation that relates to fulfilment of rights and choices and the minimising of risk of harm for an individual with dementia Human Rights Act of 1998 Mental Capacity Act of 2005 Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards 2005 Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 Mental Health Act 2007 The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 Carers(Equal Opportunities) Act 2004 Together these legislations formed the fundamental rights and freedom...

    Discrimination, Economic, social and cultural rights, Human rights 283  Words | 2  Pages

  • 370 understand the diversity of individuals with dementia

    understand the diversity of individuals with dementia and the important inclusion 1.1 A) The term diversity means to understand and not showing prejudice, valuing the benefits of someone being different from ourselves, understanding one’s own beliefs and their effects on others, not making assumptions, understanding the basics of discrimination like gender, race, age, sexuality, disability, social class. B) Anti-discriminatory practice means to make sure individuals are treated equally, promote...

    Ableism, Alzheimer's disease, Care of residents 1102  Words | 3  Pages

  • DEM 304

    367 - DEM 304 - Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising risk 1.1 - explain the impact of key legislation that relates to fulfilment of rights and choices and the minimising of risk of harm for an individual with dementia Human Rights Act of 1998 Mental Capacity Act of 2005 Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards 2005 * Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 Mental Health Act 2007 The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 Safeguarding Vulnerable...

    Discrimination, Human rights, Individual 643  Words | 2  Pages

  • understand and meet the nutritional requirements of individuals with dementia

    work role. -Person centred care. -Working within policies and procedures -Working within rules and regulations -Giving each individual their own privacy/dignity. -Making the individuals have their own independence, try to get them to do things themselves if they are capable of doing it. -Team work, working part as a team or within a team. -following the guidelines. 2. Explain how duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals. Having a duty of care should guarantee...

    Complaint, Conflict, Individual 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • Understand approaches that enable individuals with dementia to experience well-being

    and support of the individual with dementia (DEM 202) Outcome 1 Understand approaches that enable individuals with dementia to experience well-being 1.1. Describe what is meant by a person centred approach Person-centred care does exactly what it says – it places the person and not their dementia at the centre of their care. The needs and emotions of each individual are the focal point around which everything else...

    Game theory, Health care, Individual 695  Words | 3  Pages

  • Alzheimer's Disease and Individual

    Understand the process and experience of dementia Describe a range of causes of dementia syndrome. Dementia is a term used for over 130 diseases that effect memory, behaviour and motor skills. Causes of these diseases may vary but are largely caused by the presence of 'plaques' and 'tangles' on the neurons in the brain. Plaques are proteins that the body can no longer break down which causes a build up, they get between the neurons and confuses message transmissions. The tangles are the proteins...

    Alzheimer's disease, Causality, Dementia 2170  Words | 6  Pages

  • NVQ 3 Equality Diversity And Inclusion In Dementia Care Practice Assignment

    DEM 313 Equality, diversity and inclusion in dementia care practice 1.1 Explain why it is important to recognise and respect an individual’s heritage An individual’s heritage is about his culture, history or personal experiences it is important to recognise and respect them because it is what makes him individual and unique. If we know them we provide a person centre care and focus on individual’s choices and preferences, he will then feel valued and included. For example Muslim doesn’t eat pork...

    Care of residents, Caregiver, Dementia 1702  Words | 5  Pages

  • Level 3 Nvq Dementia Awareness

    of causes of Dementia Syndrome. Dementia Syndrome is a condition caused by a set of symptoms. These symptoms can include but are not limited to: - memory loss, mood changes, communication difficulties, difficulty understanding or thinking. Some causes of these symptoms are:- the chemistry and structure of the brain changes, therefore causing the brain cells to die.(Alzheimer’s disease) Once again this can be caused by various things, lack of oxygen to the brain (Vascular dementia), a build-up...

    Alzheimer's disease, Caregiver, Individual 2101  Words | 7  Pages

  • Understand the Process and Experience of Dementia

    experience of dementia Understand the neurology of dementia 1.1 Describe a range of causes of dementia syndrome Fixed cognitive impairments are due to a single event. Traumatic brain injury may cause generalized damage to the white matter of the brain or localized damages. A temporary reduction in the supply of blood and oxygen to the brain may lead to this type of dementia. A stroke or brain infection can also be the cause of dementia. Excessive alcoholic intake results in alcoholic dementia. Use of...

    Alzheimer's disease, Brain, Care of residents 2243  Words | 7  Pages

  • 70971 Level 3 Unit Dem304 Enable Rights

    Unit Title: Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising risks Unit sector reference: DEM 304 Level: 3 Credit value: 4 Guided learning hours: 26 Unit expiry date: 31/01/2015 Unit accreditation number: A/601/9191 Unit purpose and aim This unit is about developing the learners’ knowledge, understanding and skill of enabling the rights and choices of the individual with dementia whilst minimising risks. Learning Outcomes The learner will: 1. Understand key...

    Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Individual rights, Learning 1003  Words | 4  Pages

  • describe a range of course of dementia syndrome

     DESCRIBE A RANGE OF COURSE OF DEMENTIA SYNDROME. The number of different types of dementia is; Benson’s syndrome (also called Posterior cortical atrophy (PCA)) Alzheimer’s disease Primary Progressive Aphasia (A type of Fronto-temporal dementia) Lewy body Disease (Also known as Dementia with Lewy bodies) Picks disease (A type of Fronto-temporal dementia) Binswangers Disease. ( A type of vascular dementia) Niemann-Pick disease type C Creutzfeldt - Jakob disease HIV Brain...

    Alpha-synuclein, Alzheimer's disease, Cognitive disorders 1354  Words | 4  Pages

  • Understand the process and experience of Dementia

    365 Understand the process and experience of Dementia 1.1 Describe a range of causes of dementia syndrome The dementia syndrome is caused by combination of conditions such as specific diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or motor neurone disease. It can also be caused by having stroke and prolonged alcohol abuse. 1.2 Describe the types of memory impairment commonly experienced by individuals with dementia frontal lobe – The person may have difficulty thinking clearly, struggle with forming...

    Cerebrum, Frontal lobe, Individual 1001  Words | 3  Pages

  • rights and choises DEM304

     Enable Rights and choices of individuals with Dementia whilst minimizing a risk This module DEM 304 is partly demonstrate where instructed, point will be left blank 1. understand key legislation and agreed ways of working that support the fulfilment of rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst min. The risk of harm: Key legislations - UDHR 1948 -Common law Rights - Human Rights Act 1998 -Mental Capacity Act 2005 -Adults with incapacity...

    Alzheimer's disease, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Caregiver 1874  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nutritional Requirements of Individual with Dementia

    Understand and meet the nutritional requirements of individuals with dementia Outcome 1 Understand the nutritional needs that are unique to individuals with dementia. 1.Cognitive means the affect that dementia has on thinking skills eg memory, understanding etc. Functional is about the ability to perform actions such as feeding themselves. Emotional is about how they feel and react eg confusion can cause distress and aggression. As dementia progresses, eating and drinking can become...

    Eating, Food, Food and drink 1439  Words | 4  Pages

  • Responsibilities and rights of employees and employers

     1. Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own area of work. 1.1 List the aspects of employment covered by law The law in UK covers the following aspects: Minimum wage, Hours worked, Discrimination, Health and safety, Holiday entitlements, Redundancy and dismissal, Training, Disciplinary procedures, Union rights and consultation, among many others. Labour law covers the deal between employee and employer, Health and safety cover the work conditions...

    Employment, Employment compensation, Maternity 1729  Words | 6  Pages

  • miss lucy saunders

    Unit 4222-367- Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimizing risks.Outcome 1- Understand key legislation and agreed ways of working that support the fulfillment of rights and choices of individuals with dementia while minimizing risk of harm. Explain the impact of key legislation that relates to fulfillment of rights and choices and the minimising risk of harm for an individual with dementia. * Human Rights Act of 1998 * Mental Capacity Act of 2005 * Mental Capacity...

    Animal rights, Decision making, Economic, social and cultural rights 1440  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nutritional Requirements of Individuals with Dementia

    Understand and meet the nutritional requirements of individuals with dementia. Outcome 1 1) describe how cognitive, functional and emotional changes with dementia can affect eating, drinking and nutrition. Cognitive behaviour is dysfunctional emotions and behaviours caused by damage in brain affecting part of the brain responsible for memory and all that we learn from birth- how to talk, eat etc. This means that person with dementia can forget how important it is to eat and drink. They also...

    Dieting, Eating, Emotion 1175  Words | 6  Pages

  • Understand the diversity of individuals with dementia and the importance of inclusion

    diversity and its relevance to working with individuals who have dementia 1.1- explain what is meant by the terms • diversity The Service Users i deliver care to are all different in many ways.This can be along the dimensions of gender, age, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, physical abilities, political beliefs, religious beliefs or other ideologies. This means that i have to be aware of a person’s individuality and respect their choices. To be understanding and not...

    Ageing, Ageism, Discrimination 1719  Words | 5  Pages

  • Dementia Unit

    Describe a range of causes of DEMENTIA SYNDROME Dementia is a group of signs and symptoms that affect nerve cells, communication, Memory impairment, Language, Failure to recognise people. Dementia covers Alzheimer Disease, Vascular dementia with Lewy bodies, Pick disease and Huntington Disease. Describe the types of memory impairment commonly experienced by INDIVIDUALS with dementia Memory impairment affects individuals with a decline in memory function, loss of memory, Trouble in problem solving...

    Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Dementia with Lewy bodies 924  Words | 3  Pages

  • Agreed Ways of Working

    the term agreed ways of working ? These are your policies and procedures based on sector standards and guidelines and individuals' care plans. To implement agreed ways of working you follow the care plan. Duty of care is the obligation you have to exercise a level of care towards an individual, as is reasonable in all the circumstances, to avoid injury to that individual or his/her property. A dilemma can occur when an individual makes a risky choice. They have a right to do...

    Core issues in ethics, Duty, Expected value 355  Words | 2  Pages

  • Agreed ways of working

    Agreed Ways of Working Agreed ways of working, this is exactly how you will work. It is important to know what is expected of you in your role and in turn what to expect from others. In health and social care, there are agreed ways working you will have with an employer; also, with service users. Some examples of agreed ways of working in health and social care are: An agreed way of working with an employer would be to follow safety procedures relating to health and safety, for example, to...

    Food safety, Health care, Hygiene 575  Words | 1  Pages

  • Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care

    Understand the process and experience of dementia (DEM 301) Level: 3 Credit value: 3 UAN: J/601/3538 Unit aim This unit provides the knowledge of the neurology of dementia to support the understanding of how individuals may experience dementia. Learning outcomes There are three learning outcomes to this unit. The learner will: 1. Understand the neurology of dementia 2. Understand the impact of recognition and diagnosis of dementia 3. Understand how dementia care must be underpinned by a person...

    Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Individual 471  Words | 3  Pages

  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Dementia Care

    Possible To Have Diversity, Equality and Inclusion In Dementia Care? People with dementia can be very vulnerable and may not be able to communicate their wants and needs to other people. It is therefore up to the people who are caring for the individual to make sure that their interests are being protected, and to ensure that they are being treated equally and fairly and do not face any discrimination. Many people do not understand dementia and do not know how to go about trying to communicate...

    Affirmative action, Disability, Discrimination 1328  Words | 4  Pages

  • Explian How Individuals with Dementia Communicate Through Their Behaviour

    Task a 103 1. Explain how individuals with dementia may communicate through their behaviour. Dementia sufferers communicate in many different ways. They may not be able to speak but they can communicate non-verbally with positive or negative behaviour. They can also communicate using body language and through posture. One service user who was blind was hard to settle, because he couldn’t see it was hard to communicate, he was unable to express himself verbally and he was very anxious and...

    Alzheimer's disease, Communication, Graphic communication 1660  Words | 6  Pages

  • Understand the Role of Communication and Interactions with Individuals Who Have Dementia (Dem 308)

    Understand the role of communication and interactions with individuals who have dementia (DEM 308) Outcome 1 Understand that individuals with dementia may communicate in different ways 1. explain how individuals with dementia may communicate through their behaviour Dementia sufferers communicate in many different ways. They may not be able to speak but they can communicate non-verbally with positive or negative behaviour. They can also communicate using body language and through posture...

    Communication, Graphic communication, Individual 1688  Words | 6  Pages

  • communication and dementia

    Understand and enable communication Different forms of dementia may affect the way an individual communicates. People with alzheimers and most other types of dementia,often suffer from short-term memory loss.This means that they may be unable to remember events that have just happened or they may repeat a question after just a few minutes.They may forget names or even forget who people are all together.This can cause communication issues as they may be unaware who they are talking to,forget earlier...

    Communication, Delirium, Dementia with Lewy bodies 1406  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unit 81: Support Individuals at the end of life

    UNIT 81: Support Individuals at the End of Life Understand the requirements of legislation and agreed ways of working to protect the rights of individuals at end of life; 1.1 Caring for patients at the end of life is a challenging task that requires not only the consideration of the patient as a whole but also an understanding of the family, social, legal, economic, and institutional circumstances that surround patient care. A legal requirement of end of life care is that the wishes of the...

    Death, Health care, Health care provider 1923  Words | 7  Pages

  • Evaluate a Range of Ways to Embed Elements of Functional Skills in Your Specialist Area.

    Evaluate a range of ways to embed elements of functional skills in your specialist area. Nic Shaw Word Count 558 Functional skills are defined as ‘practical skills in English, information and communication technology (ICT) and mathematics that allow individuals to work confidently, effectively and independently in life.’ (The Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency, 2010). These skills are often termed ‘transferable skills’ as they can be applied (or transferred) to different situations/contexts...

    Learning, Lifelong learning, Person 634  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dementia 3 Assignment Doc

    533.3 - Understand how dementia care must be underpinned by a person centred approach 3.1 - Compare a person-centred and a non-person-centred approach to dementia care: Person centred care is is a method of providing care to people in which the individual as a unique person is emphasised, rather than focusing on the disease, its expected symptoms and challenges, and the lost abilities of the person. Person centred care explains that dementia is only a disease condition that affects the brain, but...

    Alzheimer's disease, Care of residents, Decision making 2230  Words | 4  Pages

  • understand and enable positive interaction and communication with individuals who have dementia

    interaction and Communication with individuals who have dementia. 1.1 Losing the ability to communicate can be one of the most frustrating and difficult problems for people with dementia, their families and carers. As the illness progresses, a person with dementia experiences a gradual lessening of their ability to communicate. They find it more and more difficult to express themselves clearly and to understand what others say.  Each person with dementia is unique and difficulties in communicating...

    Communication, Delirium, Emotion 1125  Words | 3  Pages

  • Enable Rights and Choices of Indivduals with Dementia Whilst Minimising Risk

    ENABLE RIGHTS AND CHOICES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DEMENTIA WHILST MINIMISING RISKS 1 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 1.1 The key legislations are Adult and Incapacity Act 2000, Mental Health Act 2007, Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Human Rights Act. These are all core principals of legislation...

    Decision making, Decision making software, Decision theory 3124  Words | 8  Pages

  • Unit 4222-324 Support Individuals with Specific

    Support individuals with specific communication needs Unit 4222-324 (HSC 3029) 1 - Understand specific communication needs and factors affecting them 1. explain the importance of meeting an individual’s communication needs Individuals who have communication problems need support to enable them to express themselves effectively. It is therefore important for the carer to be aware of the individuals preferred method of communication and also to support the individual to use their preferred...

    Communication, Graphic communication, Human rights 1970  Words | 7  Pages

  • Understand the Process and Experience of Dementia

    Understand the Process and experience of Dementia 1.1 Describe a range of causes of dementia syndrome There are several causes of dementia some of them are; a stroke, brain disease, MS, certain medications, shrinkage of the brain, too many opiates over a long period of time and severe alcoholism 1.2 Describe the types of memory impairment commonly experienced by individuals with dementia Dementia can cause the sufferer to experience loss of mental ability, loss of memory, a reduced...

    Alzheimer's disease, Brain, Dementia 1052  Words | 3  Pages

  • Support Individuals to Eat and Drink

    Support Individuals to Eat and Drink 1 : Be able to support individuals to make choices about food and drink 1.1. Establish with an individual the food and drink they wish to consume Service users should always have the freedom to make choices about food and drink, thus the carer has to support them to make these choices, also taking into consideration dietary issues (possible allergies, diabetes, food intolerance) and prohibited foods due to medication (e.g. cranberry when on Warfarin)...

    Dishware, Drink, Drinking 2502  Words | 7  Pages

  • Agreed Ways Of Working

    Agreed Ways of Working Bi - An outline of what is meant by ‘agreed ways of working’. The term ‘agreed ways of workingrelates to the way an employee must work and the rules that they must adhere to. As an employee you should work in a way that is clearly set out in the job description – this will then mean that you know what areas of care you would be responsible for and those that should be reported to a higher member of staff etc. The ‘agreed ways of working’ have been set out in accordance...

    Employment 381  Words | 2  Pages

  • Understand working relationships in social care settings

    1. Understand working relationships in social care settings. 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. Working relationships are based on formal policies and procedures and agreed ways of working. They are bound by contracts of employment and also have codes of practice to be followed so they are professional based. My responsibility as a care assistant is to deliver a very high standard service to individuals. This includes support for everyday living...

    Conflict, Decision making, Decision theory 1548  Words | 4  Pages

  • Assignment 371 Dementia

    forms of dementia can affect the way an individual communicates. All forms of dementia can affect the way a person communicates, so in time they may have to find different ways of expressing themselves and their feelings. As a carer your non-verbal communication will become important, your body language, facial expressions, gestures, eye contact and tone of voice will have to be taken into account when you are communicating with a sufferer. In the early stages of some forms of dementia people may...

    Communication, Emotion, Eye contact 914  Words | 3  Pages

  • Understand and Meet the Nutrition Requirements of Individuals with Dementia

    functional and emotional changes associated with dementia can affect eating, drinking and nutrition? Cognitive: depending on the type of dementia a person has they may have trouble in recognising the food in front of them or not understand that the food provided is for them, they may even view the food in front of them as food. This can be caused by their minds not recognising what is in front of them. Functional: depending on the type of dementia a person has they may struggle to use their knife...

    Dieting, Eating, Food 954  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dementia

    PAYAL SHAH DEM 301 UNDERSTAND THE PROCESS AND EXPERIENCE OF DEMENTIA WHAT ARE CAUSES AND SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA Alzheimer's disease – The possible risk factors are increasing age, possible genetic link, being female and Down's syndrome. Symptoms: word finding problems, forgetting how to do everyday activities, confusion, forgetting names of people, places and appointments , mood swings and withdrawn. Vascular dementia – possible risk factors lifestyle( lack of exercise, too much alcohol...

    Alzheimer's disease, Cerebrum, Dementia 1560  Words | 6  Pages

  • CU1688 Support Positive Risk Taking For Individuals

    CU1688: Support Positive Risk Taking for Individuals. 1. Understand the importance of risk taking in everyday life 1.1 Explain ways in which risk is an integral part of everyday life. Without a certain amount of risk taking nothing could be achieved, this is because even the food that we consume on a daily basis could have a negative impact on our lives. The opposite side to this are the benefits that come from taking little risks every day, these may include how we get to work in the morning, what...

    Decision making, Human rights, ISO 31000 1895  Words | 4  Pages

  • Dementia Care

    Service Unit 105 (3565) (DEM304 4222-367) Knowledge Workbook Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising risks Learner name: C&G Reg. No: Learner signature: Date completed: Recommended GLHS: 15 Assessor name: This unit is about developing the learners’ knowledge, understanding and skill of enabling the rights and choices of the individual with dementia whilst minimising risks. You will also be observed in your workplace...

    Data Protection Act 1998, Decision making, Decision making software 4823  Words | 29  Pages

  • Dementia: Learning and Assessment Criteria

    diversity of individuals with dementia and the importance of inclusion DEM 310 3 3 23 31/03/2015 Y/601/3544 Unit purpose and aim This unit is aimed at those who provide care or support to individuals with dementia in a wide range of settings. The unit covers the concepts of equality, diversity and inclusion that are fundamental to person centred care practice. Learning Outcomes The learner will: 1 Understand the concept of diversity and its relevance to working with individuals who have dementia Assessment...

    Educational psychology, Individual, Learning 914  Words | 4  Pages

  • Dementia Awareness

    Dementia Awareness 1.1 Explain what is meant by the term ‘Dementia’ The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem solving or language. These changes are often small to start with but for someone with dementia they have become severe enough to effect daily life. A person with dementia may also experience changes in their mood or behaviour. 1.2 Describe the key functions of the brain that are affected by dementia. The key...

    Alpha-synuclein, Alzheimer's disease, Dementia 1408  Words | 5  Pages

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Individual Rights

    DISADVANTAGES OF INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS Advantages and disadvantages of individual rights and public order University of Phoenix Advantages and disadvantages of individual rights and public order Every human being deserves to have Individual rights and they are a very important part of the justice system. Without individual rights things would be chaotic therefore, public order is brought into the system so that everyone’s individual rights are in place for each individual to use as a backbone...

    Civil and political rights, Criminal justice, Human rights 1917  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Right Choice

    The Right Choice Have you ever thought about saying something inappropriate, but you stopped yourself from doing it because you knew you were going to either cause problems or get in trouble? That is a reason why people should not be able to say or write whatever they want. People would constantly get in trouble and harm other people’s feelings or their way of life. People should not be able to say or write whatever they want because it will prevent people from constantly getting in trouble...

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