Presentation on theme: "24th March 11 Understanding Individual Care Needs at different life stages LO: To recognise the individual care needs that influence a persons self concept."— Presentation transcript:
1 24th March 11 Understanding Individual Care Needs at different life stages LO: To recognise the individual care needs that influence a persons self concept. (P4) To explain the potential differences in individual care needs at different life stages. (P4/ M3) To understand what a plan means.StarterWatch the clip:YouTube - Undercover nurse 1YouTube - Panorama - Britain's Homecare Scandal part 1
2 Care needs that influence Self Concept Turn to P 289 for more detail.... Individuals need to value themselves eg have a high sense of self esteem.Care workers must practice a range of approaches when working with clients/ service users to support their self concept and self esteem needs.Recognition of Diversity -Active Support -Promotion of Independence -Promotion of Choice -Respect and Dignity -Protection -Multidisciplinary careMultidisciplinary Care: care provided by a range of different agencies and professional carers eg social work, nursing, social care, psychiatry occupational therapy, speech therapy, medicine
3 Real life care: Joel - 19 years old Anita – 89 years old Multidisciplinary Care: care provided by a range of different agencies and professional carers eg social work, nursing, social care, psychiatry occupational therapy, speech therapy, medicineReal life care:Joel years oldRead about Joel on P 290 and then identify his care needs – reflect back to the list we have just discussed.Explain how care workers are supporting his development of self esteem needs.What other agencies may be involved with Joel?Anita – 89 years oldNow read about Anita and identify her care needs.Identify the skills care workers are using to help Anita maintain a high level of self esteem.What other agencies may be involved with Anita?
4 Task 4 P4 You can also use the Help sheet provided Independent learningExplain the different types of care intervention and how they can be applied to individuals at different life stages.How do these interventions improve the day to day lives of individuals? (P4)Now explain the potential similarities & differences of individual care needs of individuals at different life stages, and the support given by care workers to support service users of different ages. (M3)Now go on to explain how meeting individual care needs can improve the individual’s self-concept by producing two care plans for two service users (D2)You will need to read P of your booksYou can also use the Help sheet provided
5 Complete two care plans for the following service users, when complete write a short report explaining your decisions and how the care plan will meet the service users’ needs. (D2) Service user 1Margaret is 76 years of age, until recently she lived an independent life. Shed had worked as a receptionist and was able to manage her daily and financial arrangements. Four months ago she suffered a stroke which has affected her speech and mobility. She is very frustrated and finds daily living very difficult, especially tasks such as washing, dressing and feeding her self. Write a care plan for Margaret which will address her needs.A Care Plan: a written document that outlines how the needs of an individual are met.
6 Service User 2Felicity is 14 and seems to e having a difficult adolescence. She has always found school difficult and has been diagnosed with dyslexia. She often gets in trouble for being disruptive, but she tells her parents this is because she is bored. Felicities parents feel that her friendship group is not helping the situation and has banned her from going out at weekends as they believe that Felicity may get involved in drinking and drug taking. Home life is becoming very difficult and Felicity often arrives home late and spends the evenings alone in her room. Felicities mum has asked that that the family receive some help and advice. Write a care plan for felicity and her parents.
7 How far have you got with P1? Have you made your best effort today? Plenary 1 What are care needs? – Give 5 examples 2 What problems are facing many of the elderly in society with reference to these needs? 3 What is meant by the term interdisciplinary care? 4 In what way did interdisciplinary care fail in the case of baby P? 5 What is meant by a care plan?How far have you got with P1?Have you made your best effort today?LO: To recognise the individual care needs that influence a persons self concept. (P4) To explain the potential differences in individual care needs at different life stages. (P4/ M3) To understand what a plan means.