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Principles in Health and Social Care

   

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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................31.1.................................................................................................................................................31.2.................................................................................................................................................41.3.................................................................................................................................................51.4.................................................................................................................................................5TASK 2............................................................................................................................................62.1.................................................................................................................................................62.2.................................................................................................................................................72.3.................................................................................................................................................8TASK 3............................................................................................................................................83.1.................................................................................................................................................83.2.................................................................................................................................................93.3.................................................................................................................................................9TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................104.1...............................................................................................................................................104.2...............................................................................................................................................114.3...............................................................................................................................................12CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................12REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................142

INTRODUCTIONIn the present context health and social care practices are accessible by different healthcare professional in order to assure proper well-being and health of the service users. With theincreasing prevalence of different diseases within the UK health and social care practices playsvital role (Bowling, 2014). Therefore, it is required to provide proper and quality treatment aswell as medication to the service user so that it may results in minimizing the risk and promoteawareness regarding the diseases. For the present report different case scenario has been takeninto the consideration that assists in understanding how principle of support is applied to theindividual and different service users in the HSC setting. Along with this, it also focuses onexplaining implementation of adequate legislation as well as regulation that are relevant to thecare home. TASK 11.1Through conducting inspection from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in 2015 it wasfound that there are 18% of residential care home, 27% nursing homes, 8% of domiciliary careservices as well as 10% of community services that deals in delivering quality care to adults.Therefore, it has been explained by CQC that there are different principles of supportimplemented within care homes that results in delivering quality care services to adults (Grantand et.al., 2010). The certain principles of support applied to ensure that service users are caredin the care homes mainly include support related withRespecting individuality: The key principle of support that applied to ensure that adultsare cared in the care homes include respecting their individuality. As, the adults withindifferent care home have difference in their values, beliefs as well as opinions so carepractitioners as well as professional must engage in providing and respecting theirindividuality that support in providing adequate and proper care to the adults (Green andBowie, 2010). Providing proper care, support and attention: Another principle of support the is appliedwithin the care homes include provisions regarding proper care and support throughallowing adults to become empower within the setting so that they can focus on taking3

proper decisions regarding the treatment that they want to take for ensuring proper well-being. Equal opportunities:Another principle of support that are applied within the care homesinclude engaging in providing equal opportunities to different service users that is adultsso that they are proper cared within the care homes (Hurst and Patterson, 2014). With thehelp of providing equal opportunities they can easily ensure all adults are treated inproper manner. 1.2One of the key aim of health and social care setting include maintaining and promotingthe health of their adult patients therefore, to ensure proper health care home must engage inoutlining the effective procedure for protecting the adults from harm and associated risk (Munn-Giddings and Winter, 2013). The procedures adopted in care home mainly focuses on differentactivities that is-Assessing risk to self and others- The foremost step in outlining the procedure throughwhich care home can protect individual and adults from risk of harm include assessingthe risk areas to self and others so that they can focus on devising the actions that wouldprotect individual from risk of harm within the care home. With the help of properassessment of risk it support the care practitioner in understanding the key areas thatresults in risk of harm (Naylor and et.al., 2011). Right of individuals to take risks- Another step in the procedure include stating rightsand duties of individuals so that they can rake active part in overcoming the situation ofrisk. With the help of outlining the right and duties of individual they can easilyovercome the risk of harm through engaging in proper activities. Informing relevant people regarding identified risk- The last step in outlining theprocedure include informing other health care practitioners within the care home thathave risk of harm (Blair and Minkler, 2009). Therefore, to protect the adult patients fromthe harm they may be require to have adequate information related with the riskactivities. 4

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