Principles of Health and social care (HSC)

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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................31.1 How principles of support are applicable to his care.............................................................31.3 Benefits of using a person centered approach for Mr. Bob...................................................4TASK 2............................................................................................................................................41.2 and 3.3 Outline procedures for protecting clients, patients and colleagues from harm andeffectiveness of interpersonal working........................................................................................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................61.4 Understanding of ethical dilemmas/ conflicts that has risen in providing care and supportto Mrs. Helen...............................................................................................................................6TASK 4............................................................................................................................................62.1 How you have implemented policies, legislation, regulation and codes of practice insignificance to own work.............................................................................................................62.2 and 2.3 Local policies and procedures can be developed in accordance with national andpolicy...........................................................................................................................................73.1 Theories that accentuate health and social care practice.......................................................83.2 How social processes such as isolation and exclusion, marginalization impact users ofHSC services................................................................................................................................8TASK 5- PORTFOLIO...................................................................................................................94.1 and 4.2 Explain own role, responsibilities, accountabilities and duties within and outsidethe HSC workplace and own contribution to development.......................................................104.3 Recommendation to develop on your own contributions....................................................10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................122
INTRODUCTIONHealth and social care practices within the society is essential as it support the individualin maintaining their health(Mandelstam, 2013). However, in the present scenario individual isaffected by different form of diseases which overall affects their health. Therefore, it is the mainprinciple of health and social care to support individual in providing proper treatment to patientsand also promoting health awareness regarding infectious and non-infectious diseases. Thepresent report focuses on different case studies that generally emphasizes on understanding theprinciple of support that are applicable within the care setting. Furthermore, the report alsooutlines certain procedure used within the HSC setting for protecting the rights of clients,patients and different colleagues from harm and abuse. Furthermore, the report has also assessedand outline different legislation regulation and code of practices required within the care homethat support in maintaining ethical perspective within the HSC setting.TASK 11.1 How principles of support are applicable to his carePrinciple of support within the residential care and HSC setting is the main principle thatneeds to be followed by each and every care work so that they can easily provide care andsupport to the patients(Kaplan and et.al., 2010). According to the case scenario, Mr. Bob liveswithin the residential care home and has suffered from the stroke of Type 1 diabetic so bob is notable to meet his daily requirement. However, he also feels isolated from the other residents wholive in the care home. It was also stated in the case scenario that Bob is suicidal and have tried toharm him because of frustration. In such scenario, it is necessary for care worker to provideprinciple of support so that he can meet their daily needs and requirement(Chongsuvivatwong,and et.al., 2011).Within the residential care home, care worker must provide proper support to Mr. Bobwhich will result in maintaining the health of patients by providing them with proper treatmentand medication. However, in order to ensure that Mr. Bob is properly cared within the care homeit is essential for service provider to focus on different principle of support that is care workermust ensure proper communication with Bob so that they may not feel alone and isolated in the3
care home(Mir and et.al., 2013). Furthermore, care worker may also use modern technologywithin the residential car home so that they can monitor activities of Bob.1.3 Benefits of using a person centered approach for Mr. BobPerson-centered approach is defined as a concept under which care worker support inaccomplishing preferences and requirement of clients and customers(Tew and et.al., 2011). It isone of the effective approaches within the HSC setting which support in handling clients byproviding them with required services and treatment according to their need and preferences.Furthermore, with the help of person-centered approach it will help in meeting personalpreferences and needs of Bob which will result in satisfying the Bob so that they can minimizethe suicidal activities(Gamliel and Peer, 2010). The different benefit of using person-centeredapproach isThe person-centered approach is commonly used as counseling procedure for Mr. Bob sothat care worker can proper guide and direct him so that they can overcome the Type 1Diabetic disease.Furthermore, the approach is also advantageous for Bob as it would result in providingproper treatment and suggestions so that they may not feel isolated and engage with theother residents of care home(Swanson and et.al., 2010).Another benefit of using person-centered approach is that care worker engage in theproper communication that further improve and amend confidence level of patients thatovercome queries and problem of service users.TASK 21.2 and 3.3 Outline procedures for protecting clients, patients and colleagues from harm andeffectiveness of interpersonal workingIn order to protect the client, patients and colleagues from the harm and abuse at theworkplace, it is essential for HSC setting to follow proper procedure for ensuring proper healthand safety at the workplace. However, promoting the proper health of patients and clients andkeeping them safe is the foremost objective of HSC(Riekert, Ockene and Pbert, 2013). For this,it is the main responsibility of employers and care worker to safeguard and protect patients andother staff from the harm or abuse. As per the case study, Mr. Arthur is the senior worker whoseduty is to monitor the health and safety at the workplace. One evening, the night shift nurses4
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