BTEC H&S Care Unit 12: Supporting Individuals with Additional Needs Work Explained

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Can someone help for the merit and distinction on task 2 please 😩 ive got everything else x
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Can someone help for the merit and distinction on task 2 please 😩 ive got everything else x
For this unit? If so I can help you
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For this unit? If so I can help you
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Before doing this essay make sure you chose two case studies that you want to do given by your teachers (one child and one adult) read both of them carefully.


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A.P1 Explain diagnostic procedures to determine additional needs for one child and one adult with different additional needs

Use this book to help you answer this question or this if you don't have the book and use a specific diagnostic procedure for each case study to determine thier additional needs.
Clue: Page 6 to 10 and probably the rest of Learning Aim A (Page 6 to 29)


B.P2 Explain how disability can be viewed as a social construct

Define social construct then talk about society's and people's attitudes towards disability in general, you can also be specific to societies attutiseds towards certain disabilities (optional: you can apply the laws into it i.e. Equality Act 2010)

B.P3 Describe how health or social care workers can help one child and one adult with different additional needs overcome challenges to daily living

Do one paragraph for adult and one paragraph for child. Then discuss what health care professionals each of the case studies may need to help overcome daily challenges. i.e. a paralysed child from the neck down may need a residential nurse to help with personal care or a social worker may provide a one floor house for a wheelchair adult.
Clue: Page 40 to 42 has a list of health care professionals that you can use. Page 42 to 48 have list of ways you can support people with addtional needs that you can use for your case study

C.P4 Explain the benefits of adaptations and support provided to one child and one adult with different additional needs

Talk about the benefits of making adaptation and providing support for one child and one adult in your case study i.e. the benefit of a one floor flat for an adult wheelchair user is that the can move around more and not struggle in going up the stairs.

C.P5 Explain the impact of statutory provision on the support provided for one child and one adult with different additional needs

Read page 48 to 51 to give you an idea. Then explain how these statutory provisions can affect the support provided for the two case studies that you've chosen. For example the Care Act 2014 impacts adult additional needs as it enables individuals requiring additional care to ask a friend, a family member or someone else of their choice to provide that care, rather than someone provided by the local authority


MERIT
A.M1 Assess the requirements of one child and one adult with different additional needs

Look at both of your case studies and say what requirments they have had to support their additional needs i.e. if your case study has a health care professional supporting them you can add it as it shows your assessing the case study.

B.M2 Assess the impact of challenges to daily living that may be experienced by one child and one adult with different additional needs, and how effectively these challenges are overcome

In each case study discuss the challenges to daily living i.e. a child wheelchair unable to go to school as they don't have ramps and no lifts or a down syndrome adult unable to go to uni as they're discriminatory to him and how it can impact them i.e. no ramps in school means that the child will be missing out in learning or the down syndrome adult dropping out of uni. Then discuss how they can be ovecomed i.e. for the wheelchair child they can implement stairs and lifts or the down syndrome adult classes about raiseing awarness for people with down syndrome

C.M3 Analyse how provision and support provided for one child and one adult with different additional needs have benefitted
them

Study about the provision and support provided for children and adults in detail then say hoe this benefits the case studies you've chosen by referring to it. For example, the common assessment framework (CAF) benefits children with autism as.... (then talk about CAF)

C.M4 Analyse how statutory provision has impacted on current practice in caring for one child and one adult with different additional needs

For this you can talk about how statutory provision for a child and an adult have impacted the laws of caring children and adults with different additonal needs


DISTICTION
A.D1 Evaluate the significance to the individuals, their families and society of a diagnosis of additional needs

Talk about the significance that the child and adult additional needs affected themselves, their families and society referring to the case study you may add the postivites and negatives i.e. a child in a wheelchair can affect them as they will lose they self esteem as they would feel left out

BC.D2 Justify the support and adaptations provided for two individuals with different additional needs to help them overcome challenges to daily living, with reference to statutory provision

Discuss WHY the support and adaptations in the case studies that you've chosen and recommended helped them to overcome challenges to daily living, by referring to the staturory provision

BC.D3 Evaluate the impact of providing support for two individuals diagnosed with different additional needs in improving their wellbeing and life chances

For this you should treat it like a conclusion, talk about the impact of providing support for both of your case studies by disscussing the things you said throughout the assignment.

Then discuss how these things you talked about throughout your assignment improved their well being and life chances (or not).

Hope this helps

Unit 5: Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs Work Explained
Unit 7: Principles of Safe Practice in Health and Social Care Work Explained
Unit 8: Promoting Public Health Work Explained
Are these the case studies for Unit 12?

Case Study 1: Rebecca Brown (Child Study)
Rebecca Brow is 8 years old and is a wheelchair user, following a road traffic accident when she was five years old. Rebecca requires one to one personal care due to her physical disabilities, as she sustained a fractured spine in the accident, meaning that she has no movement below her cervical spine.
Rebecca attends a school for children with additional needs, where she has a designated teaching assistant and also a carer who provides her with personal care during the school day.
Rebecca lives with her parents Sue and David and her older sibling Michael who is 12 years of age.
The family live in an upstairs apartment provided by a housing association, which is small and not ‘wheelchair friendly’.
Sue has a part time job at a local day nursery but has to stay at home during the school holidays, in order to care for Rebecca and Michael, reducing the family income.
David works full-time at a local factory, working long hours for a low wage.
The neighbourhood where the Brown family live are not tolerant of Rebecca’s ‘difference’, and the family have received unpleasant comments as they pass neighbours in the street, causing them to avoid going out whenever possible.



Case Study 2: Ben Grace (Adult Study)
Ben Grace is fifty two and has Down’s syndrome and type 2 diabetes. Ben has a learning age of 8 and requires support with all aspects of daily living.
Ben lives in a group setting with five other adults who have learning difficulties and who also require additional support.
Ben previously lived with his mother, but following her death last year, Ben moved to the residential setting.
Ben has always enjoyed going shopping, but since he has moved into the residence, he prefers to stay in his room which is a concern for the staff, following an incident with some local youths who shouted at Ben when he went shopping with the residents and carers. Recently Ben was refused entry to a local funfair by the manager who stated that Ben’s appearance could prevent other people wanting to attend.
Ben is refusing to keep to the special diet required to control his type 2 diabetes and staff have found bags of sweets under his pillow when making his bed. His blood glucose levels are unstable, resulting in Ben feeling unwell. Ben has become withdrawn.
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Are these the case studies for Unit 12?

Case Study 1: Rebecca Brown (Child Study)
Rebecca Brow is 8 years old and is a wheelchair user, following a road traffic accident when she was five years old. Rebecca requires one to one personal care due to her physical disabilities, as she sustained a fractured spine in the accident, meaning that she has no movement below her cervical spine.
Rebecca attends a school for children with additional needs, where she has a designated teaching assistant and also a carer who provides her with personal care during the school day.
Rebecca lives with her parents Sue and David and her older sibling Michael who is 12 years of age.
The family live in an upstairs apartment provided by a housing association, which is small and not ‘wheelchair friendly’.
Sue has a part time job at a local day nursery but has to stay at home during the school holidays, in order to care for Rebecca and Michael, reducing the family income.
David works full-time at a local factory, working long hours for a low wage.
The neighbourhood where the Brown family live are not tolerant of Rebecca’s ‘difference’, and the family have received unpleasant comments as they pass neighbours in the street, causing them to avoid going out whenever possible.



Case Study 2: Ben Grace (Adult Study)
Ben Grace is fifty two and has Down’s syndrome and type 2 diabetes. Ben has a learning age of 8 and requires support with all aspects of daily living.
Ben lives in a group setting with five other adults who have learning difficulties and who also require additional support.
Ben previously lived with his mother, but following her death last year, Ben moved to the residential setting.
Ben has always enjoyed going shopping, but since he has moved into the residence, he prefers to stay in his room which is a concern for the staff, following an incident with some local youths who shouted at Ben when he went shopping with the residents and carers. Recently Ben was refused entry to a local funfair by the manager who stated that Ben’s appearance could prevent other people wanting to attend.
Ben is refusing to keep to the special diet required to control his type 2 diabetes and staff have found bags of sweets under his pillow when making his bed. His blood glucose levels are unstable, resulting in Ben feeling unwell. Ben has become withdrawn.
Yep, but I'm not sure whether I should add it in the OP as they may change the case study next year
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Yep, but I'm not sure whether I should add it in the OP as they may change the case study next year
true - when i do this unit, i'll tell you if the case studies are the same.
I found them on this website:
https://hsctallis.weebly.com/level-3-ext-dip.html
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true - when i do this unit, i'll tell you if the case studies are the same.
I found them on this website:
https://hsctallis.weebly.com/level-3-ext-dip.html
Alright, thanks for letting me know
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is there anything to help with unit 11 please ? x
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is there anything to help with unit 11 please ? x
I’m happy to help
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Do you have the assignment for this
Do you have an assignment for unit 12?
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I’m happy to help
are there any posts set out like this regarding unit 11? i cant find one like it anywhere !!
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are there any posts set out like this regarding unit 11? i cant find one like it anywhere !!
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