"Care of residents" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Care of Residents and Floor Manager

    in a secure place and no information is given out if unsure. 2)Grievance:Discuss with floor manager or home manager. 3)Conflict management:If i had a problem with a member of staff‚ for example if i didnt like the way that they were treating a resident i would go to my manager and explain my concerns‚ if after informing my manager the problem persists i would then go back‚ if my manager dismissed this as she has already talked to the staff member‚ this would cause conflict and i would seek help

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  • health care

    agreed ways of working Page 6 – 9 Section 3: Understanding your role in the wider care sector Page 9 – 12 Section 4: Career pathways in the care sector Page 12 – 15 Section 5: Issues of public concern in the care sector Page 16 – 17 Assessment Questions Page 18 – 29 The assessment questions will cover all the criteria for the ERR unit: Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health and social care of the Level 2 Award in ERR. Where criteria have been covered is outlined in the

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  • Care Worker

    00356 99069546 E-MAIL: rosemary_kitcher@hotmail.co.uk PROFILE Mature support/care worker and 13 years experience of knowledge working in the care sector. Environments include Homecare‚ Residential care‚ and Hospital care. I consider myself to be a friendly reliable hardworking conscientious and considerate person‚ and have a passion working with people within the community. . Keen to develop

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  • Person-Centered Care

    Person-Centered Care Cindy Carney HCA 333 Dr. Vivian Greenway July 29‚ 2013 Long-term care is not really something someone thinks about until they are faced with the challenge of finding a quality long-term care facility to care for their aging or ill family member. Most of us have probably known someone who is in a long-tern facility‚ and most of us would never want to be placed in one due to the impression that we have about them as being dreary‚ dirty‚ smelly‚ and where you go to die.

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  • Introduction to Duty of Care in Health, Social Care Settings

    ASSIGNMENT 204 Introduction to duty of care in health‚ social care or children ’s and young people ’s settings Task A Dear friend I have heard that you would like to work as a care worker and need to know more about “duty of care”. I wish to help and want to try clarify the term to you as much as I can. “Duty of care” is a phrase used to describe the obligation in your role as a care worker. You owe duty of care to your patients/service users‚ your colleagues‚ your employer‚ yourself and

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  • person centred care

    Dementia Care: A Vision to be Refined Healthcare professionals have increasingly been moving away from a task-oriented‚ professional-driven model of healthcare‚ towards a more holistic model of care which emphasizes patients’ perspectives and their subjectively defined experiences and needs. In the field of dementia care‚ this shift has been described most often as a move towards “person-centred care.” Despite a wealth of literature describing the philosophy of personcentred care‚ we know very

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  • Health and Social Care

    Answers to questions in S/NVQ Level 2 Health & Social Care Easy Steps Unit 21 Communicate with and complete records for individuals In the workplace: Jake likes to joke (page 7) 1 2 3 No‚ there will be many occasions when an individual does not want to laugh and joke‚ especially if they feel sad or angry. Jake should respond in a way that recognises the way they are feeling at that time. Jake might have to be more serious in formal meetings or when talking to individuals about

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  • Residential Care and Treatment

    The field of Child and Youth Care consists of many different sectors one is able to work in. As a Child and Youth Care Practitioner‚ one will discover that there are many professional issues that are attached to these sectors. The following paper will go into detail regarding the issues in a Residential and Care Treatment facility. As a Child and Youth Care Practitioner‚ it is important to have knowledge on why these children and youth are placed in this setting. According to (Butler‚ Little

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  • Home Day Care vs Center Based Care

    121-049 16 March 2011 Home Day Care verses Center Based Day Care Choosing between center-based day care and home-based day care can be a very harrowing experience for a parent. The following evaluation may be helpful in choosing the best fit for your day care needs. Although many parents may choose center-based care‚ as a parent I prefer home day care in favor of its scheduling‚ environment‚ pricing‚ and amenities. Home-based day care takes place in a day care provider’s home‚ which results

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  • Promoting Positive Care

    Discuss how three principles of the care value base may be applied by staff in their work and how this impacts positively on service users. Promote service users’ rights and choices Service users have a right to dignity and freedom from discrimination. They should be treated with respect and that their feelings are considered in the care they receive. Service users should be empowered by being given choices and encouraged to make their own decisions. In the care setting a service user was being

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