Name: Vanda Dias
Unit HSC 036
1.1- Person centred values is about providing care to an individual to meet their needs. Just because two people might have the same medical condition, doesn't mean they require the same care and support. For example: treating people as individuals, supporting people to access their rights, give them the right of choice, assist them to be as independent as possible and treat them with dignity and respect. 1.2- We must take into account the individual history, needs, wishes and preferences when planning care and support. This involves asking the individual every aspect of their lives such as, what time they like to get up and have their meals, how they like their personal hygiene, what they like to wear, what they like to do during the day and also their religion and beliefs. Always treat them with respect and dignity regarding their personal needs. Discuss with them their care plan, and if they do not agree with something, report to the manager so a re-assessment can be done to make sure we deliver the right care. Outcome 3
3.1- Consent capacity is when an Individual is able to understand the information and therefore make an informed and voluntary decision. Factors that can affect that are: age ( are they an adult?), illnesses such as brain injury, brain disorder such as dementia, and whether they have a good understanding of the situation and what risks are posed to them by acting or non- action. 3.3 - If consent cannot be readily established, we need to understand why. Is the service user refusing the activity? If so, why? So we can understand the reason and advice/ encourage them for the best action to take. Does the service user have communication issues? If this is the case, then we should look at other ways of communication such as talking mats or sign language. Does the service user have a brain disorder? Then a capacity assessment by a qualified professional should be carried out to see if the...
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