task for the patient, the caregiver, and healthcare provider. The patient and caregiver need to understand the illness, how to manage the disease at home, but most importantly how to prevent further complications of the illness. Nurse case managers influence the disease process through the sharing of...
Support positive risk taking in everyday life
Explain ways in which risk is an integral part of everyday life,
Risk for most people is an accepted part of everyday life e.g. catching a bus or walking to the shop etc... will carry some element of risk. Risk is associated with our health, safety...
HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE Level 2 Credit value 5
Learning outcomes are the black on white The Assessment criteria (1.1 et al)is what after the overview statements that ‘The learner will:’ assessment ‘The learner can:’ 1. UNDERSTAND PERSON CENTRED APPROACHES FOR CARE AND SUPPORT 1.1 Define person-centred values
and an explanation of what can go wrong if ignored
2. Handling medicines in social care settings
Describes the general practical aspects of medicine handling that are important regardless of setting
3. Handling medicines- requirements for specific services
Explains how the general aspects relate...
Geriatric Health History Documentation
Focal Points of Geriatric Assessment/Grading Rubric:
1. Biographic Information (2pts) (date of visit, initials of client, race, language spoken, Advance directives, Insurance: primary, secondary)
clients who self administer medication
A literature review
Self-management has become a concept adopted by the Department of Health (DH) to enable people with chronic health conditions to become the controlling entity over their illness therefore promoting independence and psychological well being...
factors that may contribute to loss of independence, non-participation and social exclusion for vulnerable users of services in health and social care?
2.2 Analyze how organizational systems and processes are managed to promote participation and independence of users of health and social care services
account on how you……. |√ |
|2.1 describe potential conflicts or dilemmas that may arise between the duty of care and an individual’s rights (unit 11) | |
|2.2 describe how to manage risks associated...
to the lungs. The decline in ventilation, diffusion and vital capacity due to decrease in inspiratory and expiratory muscle strength heightens the risk of pulmonary infection and mucus plugs.
Briefly define and describe one disease related to each body system
* Psoriasis is a chronic skin...
Unit 4222-342 Support positive risk taking for individuals
Outcome 1 Understand the importance of risk taking in everyday life
1. explain ways in which risk is an integral part of everyday life
For many people risk is an accepted part of everyday life. Every day activities such...
is to promote health, prevent or cure diseases, or rehabilitate disabled.
˗ The process of enabling people to increase control over and improve their health.
Health Promotion Objectives:
° To enable individuals to modify behavioral risks to health...
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CACHE Level 3 Diploma...
1. Describe the prevalence of depression in older adults.
2. Use an assessment instrument for depression in older adults (see Module 5. Cognitive / Mental Status Assessment of Older Adults)
3. Discuss symptoms and treatment strategies for depression in older adults.
Manage health and social care practice outcomes for individuals
1. Understand the theory and principles that underpin based practice
Explain outcome based practice
In 1990 health care providers had just began to discover what appeared to be a very powerful tool for reducing variation in patient...
when they leave college. The aim for all learners is to provide a range of skills to develop independence in the home, community and at work. This can help the learner to improve in the following areas managing change, making own choices, being safe in and around the community, develop Skills for community...
Unit 513 Manage health and social care practice to ensure positive outcomes for individuals
1.1 Explain outcome based practice.
Outcome based care is about putting the customer at the centre of the care service and not prescribing a one size fits all policy. Care should always be bespoke to the...
DEVELOP HEALTH AND SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENT POLICIES, PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE SETTINGS (M1)
1,1 understand the current legislative frame and organisational health, safety and risk management policies, procedures and practices...
implementing continuous quality assurance programmes to promote improvements in quality and safety standards in health. As deemed necessary, undertaking investigations into suspected serious service failure in healthcare Health Technology Assessment — Ensuring the best outcome for the service user by evaluating...
memories or a persons other mental abilities which in turn can reduce a persons ability to perform everyday tasks.
2a Incorporating your assessment pack and using the diagram as a guide, describe the key functions of the brain that can be affected by dementia. a) Name area 1 of the brain and its...
Ageing and Managing Health (2139)
The aim of this assignment is to devise a safe, holistic and comprehensive discharge plan for a frail, older person.
Mrs Jones is at the stage of late adulthood, she is a 87 year old woman who has been admitted to an elderly ward with history of falls...