Understanding specific need in HSC will enable you to gain insight Into the ways that health and social care services empower users with specific needs to gain access to the services they need. it builds on both the theoretical and the practical work you do in class to focus on working practice in specific situations.
A) Make an analysis of the ways in which the concepts of health. dlsablfltjf, Illness and behaviour might be perceived by the following users of health, and social care services.
B) From the point of view of a care worker, make an assessment of the ways In which perceptions of the specific needs of the two groups listed below have changed over time. You must give examples to illustrate the changes that have taken place.
C) As a care worker in a small group home for Individuals witti a variety of psychiatric Illnesses, analyse the impact of the Community Care Act, social policy, society and cufture on the ways that services are made.
A) As a care worker In a residential home for young people with moderate levels of learning disability, analyse, with your reasons, theIr physical, soda! and emotional care needs.
B) Explain how a combination of statutoly systems. voluntary systems, self- help and formal + informal care can be used to support the specific needs of (102.2)
C) This task asks you to carry out some research In the town or the borough where you live. Find out what services are available In that town or borough for the two groups listed below and evaluate them n relation to how easy they would be to access in relation to avaIlabIlIty / physical location / cost.
A) Explain, giving practical examples to support your points, how the approaches and interventions listed below, might be used to support individuals with learning disability. (103.1)
B) As a care worker in a residential care home, evaluate the effectiveness of the intervention strategies listed In 3a above for a child with learning disability. You should consider the advantages and disadvantages of each of the strategies listed and give examples to show how each might work in practice.
C) Using your own work experience and/or Independent research as a base, discuss, with examples. the potential Impact of recent changes In legislation and social policy on the way that support Is made available for Individuals with specific needs.
A) Fruivi thai puhit ut viaiw ut a local authuilty social worke eAplain how challenging behaviour might differ between the three groups listed below:
You must include examples to show the types of such behaviour you might encounter in each case.
B) Giving examples from specific health and social care situations, describe how legal frameworks / professional standards / policies and procedures have an impact on the way that health and social care organisations are able to work with service users who exhibit challenging behaviour.
C) From your work-based experience and/or work done In class, make an analysis of the strategies listed below as methods used for working with challenging behaviour. Consider the advantages, disadvantages and limitations of each of the strategies listed.