Support Individual To Eat and Drink
Approaching lunch time in my work place, getting all service user ready for lunch. As I was aware Mrs y recently had been referred to speech and language therapist for assessment due to swallowing difficulties so I ask the nurse in charge for access to Mrs y, care plan to see what changes have been made to her dietary requirements, Mrs y care plan is in kept in a secure cupboard in the duty room as required by the data protection act 1998 and embrace privacy and dignity policy. Mrs y care plan is individual to her identified needs and abilities which ensures all care intervention is person centered to Mrs y. Also ensures that Mrs y has access to appropriate such as speech and language therapist. According to the equality act 2010, all people must not be discriminated against and treated as equals and have access to other appropriate services. In Mrs y care plan it says Mrs y is on a soft diet stage three with grade three fluids which means Mrs y has to have two scoops of Nulitis in any fluid given IE tea, juice all food must be pureed due to Mrs y diet. She uses a white lipped plate to prevent spillages, it also states Mrs y eats independently with supervision and prompting and can drink independently. I was now clear on Mrs y needs and beliefs so I put care plan back in the secure locked cupboard. Mrs y ask for the toilet before lunch so I washed my hands and put on my ppe IE gloves and white apron in accordance to infection control policy, I encourage Mrs y to wash her hands after using the toilet I also wash mine. This maintaining her personal hygiene. I dispose of my gloves and apron in the yellow bin in accordance to infection control relation to clinical waste. Then I assisted Mrs Y to the dining room ensuring I follow the manual handling regulations 1992, accordance to Mrs y identified moving around needs within her care plan. We go to dining room were meal times are protected put on my blue apron,...
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