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HSc24 Ensure your own actions support the care, protection and well being of individuals

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Ensure your own actions support the care, protection and well being of individuals: HSC24 This shows how the case studies relate to the PCS and KS Think about the individuals at work with and complete this table-remember to give practical examples. Unit/PC/KS Individual right One practical example of how I put this into practice in my job HSc24 Pc a 1/2/3/4//5 HSC24 pc C 3 KS 2/3/5/6/7/8/14 To be respect Without respect it is unlikely that a care worker will be able to establish an effective relationship with their clients. The ways I shown respect to my clients is: 1. I am calling to my clients by their preferred Name. 2. Trust: by allowing them to make choice or I will make choice for them. 3. I am trying to be good listener with my service users and I speaking slowly rather than speaking two sentences together. HSc24 Pc a 1/2/3/4//5 HSC24 pc C 3 KS 2/3/5/6/7/8/14 To be treated equality and not be discriminated against Dignity is linked with how people feel, think and behave in relation to worth or value of themselves and others to treat someone with dignity is to treat them as being of worth in a way that is respectful of them as valued individual. ...read more.


Over time, his wife became increasingly aggressive. One night, when he asked her to help him to the toilet, she pushed him and he fell, hitting his head. She then helped him up and slapped him across the face. Unwilling to call Social Services, the man called the Action on Elder Abuse helpline who advised him to work out a schedule with family and friends so that his wife would get some free time and feel less isolated. Such a schedule was developed and life at home improved significantly. Unit/PC/KS What were the signs that this individual was vulnerable? HSC 24 PC a 1/7 Pc b 6 Pc c Ks 11/12/15/17 Physical abuse signs Due to blood vessels becoming fragile. � A history of unexplained falls or minor injuries � Bruising in well protected areas, or clustered from repeated striking � Finger marks � Burns of unusual location or type � Injuries found at different states of healing � Injury shape similar to an object � Injuries to head/face/scalp � History of GP or agency hopping, or reluctance to seek help � Accounts which vary with time or are inconsistent with physical evidence � Weight loss due to malnutrition, or rapid weight gain ...read more.


the member of staff or the service user they are supporting the main hazards are: --Wet floors --Torn ripped carpets -- cables across flooring, could be due to the care staff using a Hoover in on room with the item plugged into the wall in another room. --Items being stored on the stairs. * Working alone can put such worker in a vulnerable position particularly if they are perceived to be carrying money, drugs or other equipment perceived as valuable. HSc 24 PC b 6/7/8 PC c 1/2/4/5/6/7 Ks 1/3/4/6/7/8/9/11/ 12/13//15/16/17/18 /19/20/21 Feedback on service-compliments-comments and complaints and policy * A care worker involved in a complain may be suspended from duty throughout the period of the complaint without pay. * It is therefore essential to ensure that as care worker you record and report the events that take place on each visit and inform Randstand care immediately to any accidents or incidents that occur during the course of your duties. * Care worker must be mindful of the service users' rights to complain and should maintain a professional approach in dealing with any such complaint or incident. ?? ?? ?? ?? Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social Care Case study HSC24 ...read more.

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