Nvq Level 3
6184 WordsDec 9th, 201525 Pages
FLORENCE SMYTH 09TH MARCH 2015 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEVEL THREE. Unit 3
ENABLE RIGHTS AND CHOICES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DEMENTIA WHILST MINIMISING RISKS
1. UNDERSTAND KEY LEGISLATION AND AGREED WAYS OF WORKING THAT SUPPORT THE FULFILMENT OF RIGHTS AND CHOICES AND THE MINIMISING OF RISK OF HARM FOR AN INVIVIDUAL WITH DEMENTIA.
1.1 EXPLAIN THE IMPACT OF KEY LEGISLATION THAT RELATES TO FULFILMENT OF RIGHTS AND CHOICES AND THE MINIMISING OF RISK OF HARM FOR AN INDIVIDUAL WITH DEMENTIA.
The key legislations include , Human Rights Act 1998 , Mental Capacity Act 2005 , Adults and Incapacity Act 2000 , Mental Health Act 1995 , Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 and Carers Equal Opportunities Act 2004.Each and every…show more content…
Trying to force him against his will would be in my eyes classed as abuse. Unfortunately when stating this fact the carer was not impressed.
As health care workers we are under a legal obligation to protect an individual from any kind of abuse, whether it is physical, financial, emotional, sexual or psychological .Legislation, policies and procedures exist to promote a safer working environment and reduce the potential for risks occurring. They are tailored for the needs of each setting, known and understood by employers and employees and reviewed on a regular basis.
1.2 EVALUATE AGREED WAYS OF WORKING THAT RELATE TO RIGHTS AND CHOICES OF AN INDIVIDUAL WITH DEMENTIA.
Agreed ways of working is working with an individual with their preferences, wishes and needs in mind. Each individual will have a care plan put in place giving the carer an insight to the level of support needed .All carers have a duty of care to the individuals they care for . Our role is to guide and support them and to help them live as independently as possible. It’s important that you listen to the person and never put pressure on them .It’s important that the individual is given choice and that their rights are upheld at all times .The individual must feel they can trust you to act on their behalf without agreeing to something they disagree with .If the
Level 3 Childcare Unit1 Essay
6759 WordsDec 27th, 201228 Pages
Unit 1. Understanding child and young person development.
1. Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19years.
The word development refers not to the physical growth of children and young people, but to the skills and knowledge that they are developing. When looking at child development it is divided into the following areas –
Physical Development Refers to learning how to master physical movement. Fine motor skills These involve the small muscles of the body used for hand –eye co-ordination, writing and grasping of small objects.
Gross motor skills These include the large muscles used for sitting, standing, crawling, and walking.…show more content…
Social/emotional and behavioural Trying to stay near their parents or carer.
1 year At 1 year, babies are able to sit up and feed themselves using fingers. They also know what they like and do not like, food that they don’t like usually ends up on the floor. Babies are now able to understand more of what is going on and communicate with long strings of babble.
Physical Standing up and holding on to furniture.
Cognitive Recognising routines of the day (e.g. becoming excited when having a bib put on or seeing the bath)
Communication Fingers pointing at objects to draw an adult’s attention to them.
Social/emotional and behavioural Need to stay close to parent or carer and anxiety when approached by strangers.
18 months At 18 months children start to want independence they cry and protest if something that they want is not given to them. Their language skills are still developing and most children will be able to use several words. Toddlers can be restless and change moods quickly, they also become distressed when left in unfamiliar places with unfamiliar adults.
Physical Sitting and pushing off with legs on sit –and –ride toys.
Cognitive Enjoyment of posting toys.
Communication Less babble and more recognisable words.
Social/emotional and behavioural Interest in