ICON College of Technology and Management
Department of Health and Social Care
BTEC HND in Health and Social Care
Empowering in HSC
ID No: 15828
Session: FEB 2018
Table of Contents
TOC h u z Introduction3TASK 13TASK 27TASK 310
Empowerment has turned out to be one of the indivisible parts of the health and social care benefit. Zimmerman (1984) expressed Empowerment as a portion of the multidimensional procedure that enables individuals to pick up control over their own lives. Keeping in mind the end goal to practice and execution Empowerment, health and social care benefit faculty are required to work intimately with the distinctive administration clients of health and social care benefit. Diverse law and information of the health and administration can help the care staffs in enabling the clients of the administration. Consequently the specialist will examine about the unexpected benchmarks in comparison to can secure the privileges of the clients, factors that can impact these rights, effect of good correspondence between the care staffs and the clients. What’s more it will demonstrate an unmistakable comprehension about loss of freedom and defenselessness, factors that can oversee diverse powerlessness of the administration clients, distinctive pressures in the health and social care, administrative approach which are viable in health and social care benefit and in addition distinctive pharmaceutical demonstrations of UK which are polished at introduce.
1.1 Explaining how current legislation and sector skills standards influence organizational policies and practices for promoting and maximizing the rights of users of health and social care services
Influence of Organizational Policies and Practices by Current Legislation and Sector Skills Standards for Promoting and Maximizing the Rights of Users of Health and Social Care service Different administration clients are presently going with a specific end goal to take distinctive administration gave by the work force or care staffs of the health and social care benefit. Hence the care staffs ought to give better support of the physical and mental advancement of the diverse defenseless clients. They ought to be extremely watchful to the clients particularly to the grown-ups and the youngsters and to the impair individuals. As of late a few changes have been made on Policies and Practices by Current Legislation and Sector Skills Standards which are especially helpful for the clients of the administration. They have distinctive effect on the clients of the health and social watch over Promoting and amplifying their rights which are as per the following: Under this change, Local Authorities (Las), Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), The National Health Service Commissioning Board (NHS CB) and The Commissioners of health administrations have a few rights. Presently The will have the capacity to make some immediate gift or sponsorship for the individual health spending plan under various strategies which will make a decent effect on the clients. In the event that any sudden passing to any kid happens then it must be educated to the NHS CB and to the CCG, It is a decent sign. As per the psychological limit act 2005, there are distinctive extents of building up the physical and mental state of the clients by the care faculty. This correction will give some money related help to poor people and the penniless individuals for treatment. Under this revision NHS will rehearse a few rights to give successful health and social tend to the advancement of various clients. Distinctive social and human services projects, technique and act will be shaped for guaranteeing better support of the diverse administration clients. Under this revision there will be extent of securing diverse secret data of the administration clients. As per Welfare nourishment revision controls 2005, the CCCGs, NHS CB have diverse rights to give a few drugs to the administration clients and they will give compelling solutions to various clients if necessary.
In the event that any patient goes UK for treatment of various viral maladies from another nation then no additional installment will be taken from him. This change will guarantee the privileges of the kids and the grown-ups. Under this change, better administration will be guaranteed to the clients and their rights will be ensured effectively. These changes, Policies and Practices by Current Legislation and Sector Skills Standards will be exceptionally valuable mode for Promoting and boosting the privileges of clients of health and social care benefit. These are extremely easy to understand alterations, arrangements and strategy
1.2 Analyzing the factors that may affect the achievement of promoting and maximizing the rights of users of health and social care services
New amendment has been made to the policies and Practices by Current Legislation and Sector Skills Standards. The Law Commission (2014) asserted that, different factors can influence the Achievement of advancing and expanding the privileges of clients of health and social care benefit which are as per the following: The National Health Service (Charges to abroad guests) directions 2011: According to this control, if any individual goes UK for treatment of any popular ailments he or she won’t have to pay additional cash.
It can inspire the abroad patients to do treatment in UK. The private family focuses directions 2002: Under this control if any beyond words a local location then surely NHS CB and CCG will be educated about it. It will likewise secure the privileges of the kids and guarantee better health. The care quality commission (Registration) Regulations 2009: Under this direction it is compulsory to guarantee the better care to the administration client and it is important to educate about the demise of a client to the quality commission. Wrongdoing and turmoil controls (2007): It will offer assurance to the diverse administration clients if any risk or powerlessness jumps out at them. The understudy bolster Regulations 2011: This direction will give some financial encourage and mental help to the understudies with the goal that they can undoubtedly proceed with their investigation. Sound begin plans and welfare nourishments revision controls 2005: This direction will guarantee better health to the administration clients. It will likewise give vitamin supplements along various meds free of cost. The national medicinal services benefit (coordinate installments) controls 2010: Under this direction it will be conceivable to give or support monetary help to the administration clients which will advance and amplify the privileges of the clients of health and social care benefit.
Security of the classified data act (2006): It will ensure the private data of the administration clients. These variables will give a profound effect on the accomplishment of advancing and boosting the privileges of clients of health and social care benefit.
1.3 How communication between care workers and the individuals contribute to promoting and maximizing the rights of the users of health and social care serviceRosenbaum and Rotor(2013), explained different types of communication between care workers and the individuals are required to promote and maximize the rights of the users of health and social care service which are as follows: Two way dialogue: The care staffs should communicate with the users to know different information, health condition and mental capacity of the users. It can build an interpersonal communication which is necessary for getting the useful information about different rights of the users.Partnership between provider and client: The care staffs should treat the users in a way so that they think the staffs as their best partner in case of treatment. Atmosphere of caring: There should be an effective atmosphere of caring in the social and health care service. This will help the users to express different information which are necessary for the protection of their different rights. Verbal communication: It includes spoken or written words for expressing ideas and thoughts. It can establish a good relationship between the care staffs and the individuals. If the users express their different ideas then it will be very effective for the care staffs to be sincere about the different rights of the users. Non-verbal communication: Different non-verbal communication such as messaging, descriptive phrases can also be used for communicating with the service users. It will develop the understanding of the users which will be easy for the care staffs to protect different rights of the users. Demonstrations of interest: Demonstration of interest can also be very effective way in case of building a sound relationship with the users.
Effective demonstrations can help understand different needs, wants and habit of the users which can contribute to promote and maximize the rights of the users of health and social care service.
2.1 Factors that may contribute to Loss of Independence, non-participation and Social Exclusions for Vulnerable people
Different people face different types of vulnerabilities which have different impact on them. Different vulnerabilities can cause loss of Independence, non -participation and Social exclusions. These should be removed by the care staff of the health and social care service. Smith (2000) claimed some factors that may contribute to loss of independence, non-participation and Social exclusions for vulnerable people are as follows: Lack of opportunities to work: There are not sufficient opportunities of work for different people in the society especially for the adult people. They may think this as a negative factor. Little working opportunities can cause loss of independence, non -participation and social exclusions. Fear: There are many people in the society who feel fear for a little cause in many things.
They cannot cope up with the different vulnerability which can occur to them. They often wants friendly environment. Too much Fear for many things can cause non -participation and social exclusions. Lack of education and skills: All persons have no same level of education and skills for doing something. For that reason, they may feel them as incapable in case of any participation that accelerates social exclusions. Childhood deprivation: Many people are deprived of many things from their childhood. This deprivation can contribute too many exclusions and non-participation. Disrupted families: The persons who are disrupted from their families can develop a strong vulnerability among them. They feel ashamed in case of participating in a social matter that can cause loss of independence to them. Inequalities in health: All people are not capable of maintaining same level of health and mental conditions. These factors can promote their loss of independence and non-participation.
2.2 Analyzing of organizational systems and processes which are managed to promote participation and independence of users of social and health care service
Carr (2004), Stated different organizational systems and processes which are managed to promote participation and independence of users of social and health care service which are as follows: Message for policy and practice: The care personnel can provide the useful information of health and social care service, different rights of the users, effectiveness of the treatment etc., so that people can learn more about the health and social care service which will promote participation and independence of users of social and health care service. Extent of Current knowledge: The laws, rights and policies changes over time. For that reason the staffs should provide updated information regarding health and social care service to accelerate the participation in these sectors. Training: Effective training programs and seminars should be arranged frequently in order to promote participation. Different training can develop the skills and mental abilities of the users which can lead to a huge participation.
Organizational commitment and responsiveness: Organizational commitment and responsiveness regarding the assurance of better services and environment should be increased by the care staffs. Strong commitment of good service can increase participation and engagement. Minimization of costs: There should be strong commitment of minimizing of costs in case of the service of health and social care service. If the service users can get the opportunities of low cost in the organization then their participation will automatically increase. Removing Personal barriers: Personal barriers can cause lack of participation in an organization. Different personal barriers can be removed by two way communication and increasing different support. Increasing support and network: If the users can get effective support from the care staffs then there overall participation will increase. Support and care are very much needed to the isolated people to promote participation and independence of users of social and health care service
2.3 Tension that Arise When Balancing the Rights of the Individual to independence and Choice against the Care provider’s Duty to Protect
Different types of tensions may arise in case of balancing the Rights of the Individual to independence and Choice against the care provider’s duty to protect. These tensions need to be removed by health care staffs. Carr, (2010) Explained that these tensions include different rights of the users, their private information and many other things which are as follows: In health and social care service, there are different types of rights and duties of the service users that should be understood by the care staffs and protect them sincerely.
If they fail to protect these then different conflicts may occur. The users of the health and social care service have different realities that express their overall behavioral dispositions. If these are not understood correctly then tensions will occur. In case of disclosing any private information of the users the care staff should be very strategic so that it can do no harm to the users. If asking any types of confidential information can create any conflict then the staffs should avoid it because unauthorized person will get benefit. Rights of the adult person as well as the children should consider very sincerely. If there is any scope that the care personnel are facing problem in case of protecting the rights and duties of the children and the adult people then severe conflict and tensions will occur.
3.1 Use of Case Study 2 from a Health or Social care setting to identify the extent to which the individuals are at Risk of harm
By using case study 2 it is possible to identify different extent to which the individuals are at risk of. These extents are as follows: As Mr. H is a patient of a hyperactivity disorder and regularly meets a psychologist. The psychologist has some responsibilities toward him. Mr. H should express different private information to him that should be protected by him otherwise any third party will get benefit. As a nurse is taking care of him, the nurse should be very careful and sincere to Mr. H. The nurse should co-operate with him successfully otherwise Mr. H will feel lonely and feel social exclusion. The care staffs should ensure the choice of Mr. H to visit to local market, cooking etc. otherwise his mental condition will not improve. As Mr. H has little bit aggressiveness to many people, the care staffs should improve this condition otherwise Mr. H will develop the sense of non- participation and social exclusions.
3.2 Effectiveness of Policies, Procedures and Managerial Approach within a Health and Social care setting for Promoting the Management of Risk
Mayberry and Nice wander (2006) claimed some effectiveness of policies, procedures and managerial approach within a health and social care setting for promoting the management of risk which are as follows: Safety: If the safety can be ensured to the health and social care service users then users will take it as a safe approach which can promote the management of risk. Timeliness: It services can be ensured timely then it will be very attractive way of managing the risk. Efficiency: Success of the health and social care service mostly depends on the efficiency and the effectiveness of the service. It can promote the management of risk and ensures efficiency. Proper adherence to different regulations: Ensuring the duties and protecting the rights of the users by effectively following different regulations can be very effective way of promoting the management of risk.
4.1 Review of current Legislation, Codes of Practices that apply to the handling of medication
Care Quality Commission (2014) explained about current Legislation, Codes of Practices that apply to the handling of medication in UK which are as follows: The medicines for human use (marketing) regulations 1994: According to these regulations, no one can sell medicine until he gets authorization from UK licensing authority. The medicines (Homeopathic) regulations: It ensures the effective use of the homeopathic drugs. The veterinary Drugs order 1984: According to this law, selling of medicines can be occurred if a recognized physician supervises veterinary drugs. The Pharmacy regulations 2008: These regulations state that some energetic pharmacists are very useful for pharmacy business of Uk.so it focuses on creating some intelligent pharmacists. The prescriptions order 1997: This regulations claim that wholesalers or retailers can sell or market medicines if they take recognition from a recognized practitioner.
4.2 valuation the Effectiveness of policies and Procedures within a Health and Social Care Setting for administering medication
The effectiveness of policies and procedures within a health and social care for administering medication can be evaluated by following ways: Under these policies and Procedures, no unauthorized person will be able to sell medicines until he gets authorization. It will protect drug abuse. Because of these regulations, people who feel comfort in homeopathic medicines will be encouraged to get them and these medicines will be available. These regulations will create some intelligent pharmacists so there will be specialization in pharmaceutical sector. These regulations will protect illegal trafficking of medicines. Under these regulations, people will learn to use prescribed medicine by recognized physicians. It will protect the use of harmful medicines and low quality drugs.
Empowerment in health and social care service has found a new form. Presently the staff in health and social service are particularly watchful about the empowerment of the clients of the health and social care. This paper effectively depicted about various strategies and controls utilized as a part of wellbeing and social care benefit, diverse components that can expand the privileges of the clients, distinctive vulnerabilities and administration of wellbeing and social care dangers. Other than it gave a reasonable view about aggregate empowerment process and fundamentally broke down the viability of the empowerment by hazard administration and solution directions of UK.
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