BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care - WordPress.com

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BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 2 Lesson 2 Assignment 2.1 P1 Task P1 Explain the concepts of equality, diversity and rights in relation to health and social care. 1. Create a glossary of the wide range of key terms associated with equality, diversity

and right get some inspiration from the unit content hand out if struggling this should complete today. 2. Create an A3 poster identifying and explaining the 7 key aspects of the care value base will be taught today. Care Value Base Brainstorm Care Value Base a definition The care value base are the seven

principles which put the individual at the heart of health and social care provision. These principles essentially form what is called the value base and should form the basis of all your relationships with service users and colleagues. What are the principles ? 1. Promotion of anti-discriminatory practices, 2. Promotion and support of dignity, 3.

4. 5. 6. 7. independence and safety, Respect for, and acknowledgment of, personal beliefs and an individuals identity, The maintenance of confidentiality, Protection from abuse and harm,

The promotion of effective communication and relationships, The promotion of personalised (individual) care. The principles continued Together these principles link with the following key concepts: 1. Inclusivity, 2. Access, 3. Trust,

4. Confidentiality, 5. Choice, 6. Participation, 7. Honesty and openness, 8. Respect, 9. Safety. Case study in context http:// news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/west_midlands /8590281.stm

1. How were the principles of care value based not put in place in this case ? 2. Who were the victims ? 1 Promoting anti discriminatory practice Care workers must treat all clients in the same way, no matter what the differences are. How might this be put in place with a HSC

setting? Why is that important? 2 Maintaining confidentiality Appropriate protection of personal and private information about clients. (Data Protection Act and disclosure of information) How might that be put into place within a

care setting of your choice? Why is that important? 3 Respecting and acknowledging personal beliefs and identity Respecting individuals needs with regards to their care, religious, and/or cultural beliefs. How might this put into place within a health and social care setting of your

choice ? Why is that important ? 4 Promoting effective communication and relationship Ensuring that communication within HSC setting between practitioner and patient is professional and respectful. How might that be put in place in a HSC setting of your choice ? Why is that important ?

5 Promoting individualised care Provision of care which is based on the individual needs of each patient taking into account their personal needs and preferences. How might this be put in place in a HSC setting ? Why is that important ?

6 Protecting individuals from abuse and harm Although certain care workers, such as social workers and health care visitors, need to tackle abuse issues on a day-to-day basis, all health care workers will need to be aware of what to do if they suspect one of their patients has been abused. For this reason, it's vital that all staff in the industry understand the procedures to go through when reporting abuse.

How might this put into place in a HSC setting of your choice ? Why is that important ? 7 Promoting and supporting dignity, independence and safety People who require health care, particularly long-term health care, may feel like their dignity and independence are slipping away from them. How might this be put into place within a

HSC setting of your choice ? Why is this important ? Independent Study In order to achieve, your P1 task following completion of your glossary. You will need to create a mind map poster: 1. Explain what is meant by the term care value base; 2. Identify the 7 component of the care value base:

Name the care value, 2. Explain the care value, 3. Use an example in context explaining how each the care value base aspects can be put in place within a HSC setting of your choice; 4. Why each aspects the care value base are important. 1. Remember Name Unit number and title, Task number and title

Write at the back or type up the sources which have been used in order to complete your work. Deadline Friday 2nd of October 2015

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