HSC LEVLE 3 UNIT 5 LEARNING AIM B/C D2 help

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Start to look at ways in which strategies and techniques help individuals overcome any ethical issues, think about planning care and individual needs. Again, use your case study to show how strategies or techniques can be used. (you will be adding to D2 once we have completed learning aim c).

I have literally no support at school, non of my course work which I started in December has been marked or even had any scrutiny on or advice on how to fix and improve my course work.
Also they aren't following Due dates or time lines, is this even legal?
Im stuck at my due to having a leg surgy and even before that they provided no support. even my next door neighbor whos in year 7 doesn't get their homework checked nor marked.

Also for my public services, can schools actually just give u the answers for public services. they call it example answers.


Im dyslexic and my spelling isn't the best, but could someone help me to see if I've done D2 correctly I'm still working on it.

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Start to look at ways in which strategies and techniques help individuals overcome any ethical issues, think about planning care and individual needs. Again, use your case study to show how strategies or techniques can be used. (you will be adding to D2 once we have completed learning aim c).





There are multiple ways to deal with care providers to overcome ethical issues

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DH support tool focuses on someone who needs extra support
5-step framework
CARE PATHWAYS
CARE PLANS
RISK ASSESSMENT
CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUPS
HEALTH ACTION PLANS
PATIENT EXPERIENCE FRAMEWORK
ADULT SOCIAL CARE OUTCOME.

education . to follow code of ethics Framework pathways
Provide experts for ethics
Conferences for families (won’t work for r/j has no active recurring family)




NICE PATHWAYS (PLANNING AND PROVIDING CARE.

FOLLOW LEGISLATION OF MENTAL CAPACITY FOR CASE STUDIES (INDEPENDENT OVER CARE)
Department of health to provide R/J with a better living of financial care. PIP

FINANCIAL STRATEGIES PIP, MOTABILITY SCHEME,

RISK ASSESSMENT FOR CHOICE CARE HOME LIVING. LINK CCG CLINICAL COMMISSIONIDue to R having struggles with social skills and acceptance, he has motivation challenges as well these involve R being lonely, and is encouraged to call his friends; he also has motivational challenges involving his appetite and hydration.
MOTIVATIONAL CHALLENGES
R- social interaction and the lack of motivation to call his friends
R - Appetite and hydration motivation challenges
R - suffers from loneliness

Practical CHALLENGES
R - Struggles with the stability of mobility
R - Food preparation (also skills challenges)
R - No longer allowed to work
R - Clothing challenges
R - lacks perfect eyesight due to mobility instability.
ACCEPTANCE CHALLENGES
R - Acceptance over his own disability, due to rejecting the use of a walking frame for personal safety from mobility problems.
R - hates using a wheelchair in public due to not liking being seen in one.
R - Friends don’t want to see R in this condition
R - won’t use a lifeline
R- Personally struggling with accommodation change in independent life.
COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES
R - Speech difficulties due to stroke

SKILL CHALLENGES
R - CANNOT PREPARE foods,


Awareness and KNOWLEDGE

SKILL CHALLENGES
Jim - Meal preparation due to wife always cooking
JIM -
ACCEPTANCE AND BELIEF CHALLENGES
JIM - has struggled from self-acceptance for his condition this is due to refusing all the support he can (hearing aids)
JIM - Acceptance challenges with not being independent
JIM - Acceptance for support ( due to already being dressed as carer comes)
JIM - Acceptance for bathing and showering assistance.


Motivation Challenges
Jim to use medical devices hearing aids, walking frames and mobility devices
JIM -craving to be independent
JIM -Reluctant to eat or drink due to his furosemide and inconstancy
JIM no motivation due to their wife’s death
JIM - can’t be bothered to change his clothing when stooled
JIM - Embarrassment due to needing to wear a pad
JIM - Motivation problems from arthritis/reducing mobility

COMMUNICATION DIFFICULTIES
Jim - He struggles with hearing ( even though supported with hearing aids don't wear them)

To overcome R’s motivation challenges from the lack of loyal friends, he can go to a local focus group if wanted to build his confidence, due to focus groups having a high variation of interventions. R could go to one like a social group for people his age and with conditions. This could build his confidence to overcome loneliness and demotivated views. Focus groups are mainly produced within an informal setting but with a formal leader. The leader can use empathetic observation to understand how much distress all individuals are experiencing. Giving the ability to socialize gives R a rare opportunity to actively listen and talk to people around you. At these interventions everyone will be using non-verbal skills and eye contact, this is to build interest and to see if a patient is interested.



EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION MATERIALS
Since Jim doesn’t have the generational skills to provide IT support he could use educational materials to discover and personally inform himself on James’ problem of heart failure, HBP, Frusemide, Warfarin, Dehydration and Dressing, and bathing. If Jim or a carer can go on the NHS website and find the NHS PATHWAYS, this provides all the educational information Jim needs to deal with all his problems in the triskelion. This is written formal communication, this will let Jim overcome Skill challenges due to all the information being on one website, the easy-to-use interface, and the simply needed research skills. Pathways can provide Jim with a huge insight to help with his problems, there are referral numbers, emails, and referral lines to assist with R’s problems and how to get financial and aid support. Or treatment support with instructions and crucial information.

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Jim can join training courses for Jim to learn their cooking ability, this is due to Jim always eating ready meals. With this course, you will be learning through quizzes, taste challenges, and smell challenges. This is due to the elderly wanting to learn practically and not intellectually or educatively. These are in place to promote healthy eating habits and to motivate older people to cook instead of eating continuous ready meals. The instructor will be using flexible patients with a formal and informational tone, whilst presenting a casual nature to present the fun nature of cooking.. You can be referred to these courses, due to having a learning plan to learn basic skills and needs for independence. These training courses for cooking are run by an organization called Kitchen kings, which is sponsored by city bridge and trust in london. This is to aim at helping older men to prepare for independent life and to cook with consistent ability.
Clinical audits - Jim's Heart/Kidney failure
Jim can get support through clinical audits for his heart failure and kidney problems with guidelines set forth by NICE and the society of cardiology heart failure. These financial audits will support Jim to overcome mobility and respiratory problems though having a specialist care plan involving cardiology these plans will support Jim due to the proof of longer survival years and better outcomes from their disease. With specialist support you will see slow improvement with your condition. This support and procedure to deal with kidney and heart problems will need to follow NICE Pathways and care plans, so good outcomes are consistent, don’t break policy. legislation during procedures. To be accepted for a clinical audit you are checked for everything involving your conditions. For this case, Jim will be accepted due to heart failure and liver disease. Also due to being over 65 years old. Nice is used so there isn’t a variation or confusion in treatment
.CLINICAL AUDIT-FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR TRAINING COURSE.-R
With a clinical audit, R will achieve the financial funding needed to fund his speech therapy. This type of therapy is called Speech and language therapy SLT. Speech therapy has a lot of positives, this is due to this support it allows you to communicate at your best ability, provided R; relatives with crucial educational information about how actions will be proceeded also self-patient techniques. Also if the traditional communication method doesn’t work the therapy will work around your communicative preferences and what works the best for your R( personal preference/choice). The speech therapy will be added to the written document for R’s learning plan. Due to R having severe injuries R has been chosen for an intensive course of speech and language therapy, this has a stronger impact after time and can be very intensive.
SLT uses strategies and techniques through matching words to pictures or sorting words by their meaning, also through the repetitiveness of words to promote memory and some techniques are digital brain training. Also with this course, they can teach R ways to communicate through non-verbal communication; this could be through gestures, writing or communication charts. Communication boards can be important to understand what R is thinking about but can’t express it due to a board with multiple emotes describing pain, emotion, yes or no, personal information, personal needs, foods, drinks wanting medication or instructive emotes.
TRAINING COURSE-R
R can use Training-Courses for his speech therapy. This type of treatment is called Aphasia, called SLT. For R to overcome communication challenges he would need a referral from his local DR. Since R had a great fall, he instantly was transferred from home to the emergency services with high priority care.Also he was accepted to have communication therapy provided from the DH decision support tool for giving R further care. R got accepted past the DH support tool, due to his mobility issues,cognitive issues,communication issues, nutrition, incontinence; drug therapy. He has a Health action plan that is to commit to the patient and to plan ahead for his care, due to this he was referred to have therapy with communication, this was also provided from R’s preferences though personal thought and advocates. With preference R was referred to having a care and Learning plan. With the learning plan this will provide R with the training courses needed to exceed his communication ability. For R to have SLT training he will need to have financial support, to fund his therapy, due to R having a long term condition and R having accessibility for PIP. He will need to firstly go through an individual funding request to the financial commissioning board paid by your local commissioning group CCG, since R has cognitive issues, the care organization will make an advocate do this process for him provided from the clinicians approval and referral.
HOME CARE- R-
Since R has fallen over presenting him with a stroke, he has lost his basic independence from communicating challenges,practical challenges,skill challenges and motivational challenges. Since R struggles with day to day life. When he had the fall and was left for 48 hrs, he was instantly transferred to emergency high priority care. Health professionals set up a care plan for how services can support R’s needs, Also HPs used observational skills to understand and identify R’s future and current challenges. Due to HP’s finding out R suffers from mobility Particle,cognitive,communicative and motivational challenges. The HP needed to give R a Health Action plan, this is to plan and understand what provisions will be provided in the upcoming future. For R to overcome these challenges, he will need to firstly have an assessment called the continuation healthcare checklist(CHC). After being eligible by the CHC after being accepted and passing this assessment. Another assessment will occur, called the Decision support tool. To be eligible you need to fall under 2 of 12 criterias. After being assessed and being eligible a Health care commissioning group will review the tests/assessments and fund R’s needs for semi-independent living for supportive living services for R to overcome all his independent challenges. With financial support for living services for care at home, the commissioning group will fund R for therapy and for a care worker for 7 days a week support. Since he needs living support, a support plan will be made for R to have 7 days a week support, this involves 4 visits per day,taking R to appointments and collecting his medication once a month. Even though R does not fully accept his conditions, this will provide him with all the support needed to supply him with a semi-independent life.


R OPTION LEADER
R can use Dr. Kate Allatt D litt, this is due to her being an inspirational speaker and health consultant, she specializes in stroke rehabilitation and stroke providers. R can use option leaders to recognize and find crucial information needed to support his needs if he lacks educational information. Also, Option leaders are very socially open so they will always ask questions and help patients with needs. R can be provided coaching and mentor for the best chance in improved health, also if you struggle with cognitive communication kate will supply an advocate to express your needs. R can order her books since R is literate and R can be given support by Kate being a keynote speaker, this provides NHS, schools and businesses the ability to have interactive themed workshops.
Also since R is lonely and very unmotivated, going to coaching and mentoring would be productive, this is due to patients practicing wellbeing therapy and happiness coaching. This can lower R’s depression. loneliness due to the accessibility for attentive and interactive activities, from a new social group and new vital skills to control your stroke.
Kate will use an informative communication technique whilst also informal so all patients and individuals can clearly understand what you're trying to present. Option leaders can teach R strategies on how to cope with a stroke and its symptoms and also build confidence.

COMPUTER-AIDED ADVICE SYSTEM
This strategy will provide all service providers with online decisions on how to supply services and how to promote fair and equal care. This can help people with high demand in work, due to being programmed to reflect the best outcomes for patients and to avoid certain actions and delivery of services. This is written formal communication used though these systems. This will promote efficiency since HP aren't running around trying to find information.

PATIENT-MEDIATED STRATEGIES
This strategy is very resourceful with providing a high mass of information on the latest evidence-based practice. This would enable Jim and R to make more influential decisions whilst voicing our own care preference and care choice, by accepting any changes during the consultation, this strategies also educates and motives service provides about recent change in practice, which will give practitioners an advantage due to the exclusion and consistency with care. Since there is a high quantity of information, this gives patients more flexibility of how their care is provided due to the instant information check-ups.


PROVISION FOR R LONG TERM STROKE SUPPORT ( LONG TERM HEALTH PLAN)

Since R had a stroke and was left for 48 hrs this means R will need long-term care. With a long health plan, this means you’ve been through DH’s SUPPORT TOOL and needing an assessment out of the NHS HEALTH CHECKLIST this will provide R with all the support he needs due to R having more than 2 health factors on the NHS health checklist. With long-term support, you will need to be claiming HP benefits and with this R can treat his problem through SSNAP (Sentinel stroke national audit program. Which also has rehabilitation.
To increase R’S or anyone stroke it comes they use a strategy involving a model called national stroke service. This has the initiatives to address health inequality



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strategies and techniques help individuals overcome any ethical issues, challenges, think about planning care and individual needs.

Diversity within health care
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With providing a diverse ethnic background of HP this will provide individuals to overcome discrimination conflicts and specific specialitys.

CODE OF ETHICS
Nurses and health professionals need to have an understanding for the codes of ethics and ethical theories, this is so nurses and HP can easily identify what's the correct moral response. Also with understanding the conduct of ethics, you can present yourself with a consistent behavior which will allow you to deal with all patient needs effectively. Because there is a high demand with services, this could mean you can't provide the consistency needed from attempting to remember everything for over 5/10 patients, if you don't remember the ethics needed. You can use the 5 step framework to make effective ethical decisions . This is crucial to follow the ethics conduct, due to constant maintenance and observational organisations providing a follow up to see if the HSC sector is following all policy,legislation and statutory requirements, provided by one of the assessments of NHS outcome assessment and also the clinical commissioning groups to monitor if clinclitions are acting fairly and transparently.
These strategies of consistent assessment will provide all patients to effectively overcome challenges, due to the observations to renovate,increase and upgrade provisions,patient wellbeing,Drs and nurses provisions and to advocate for extra money if needed, which will increase care effectiveness and consistency.

Nursing Observations -
With nursing observations it's a crucial factor for people to overcome any ethical issues or challenges. This is so the health professionals can understand one's condition, to monitor the severity, stability,treatment observation (drugs/pills/therapies/ counselling), recovery and consent for leaving hospital early or when being discharged.. All these factors are observed then written down in written communication. Observation notes. Also observations can be used for one's physical development, and psychiatric development (MRI/NEURON SCANS)(Clinical psychologist)
With R; James case its crucial observations are done, firstly this is so HP’s can recognise what extra living supports they need, or if they need any.
For James' case this is crucial, because he has heart failure and needs operations. It's important because with surgical operations there are a multitude of multidisciplinary teams needed to be involved before operation.They need to give James a health assessment and also a risk assessment, to see the probability of succession and to see if it's worth the risk of surgery. Observations for his allergies,medications,resistentes (high tolerance to pain/medication or low tolerances), observations for his blood cholesterol,blood cells, heart rate and lung capacity, any alcohol or drugs in his system and any infections or diseases that could conflict with the surgery.Also, to be accepted to have this surgery, you will go through a commissioning group to authorise the financial aspect for the surgery to take place. With dealing with James conditions all these procedures will be actioned by a specialist team involving, respiratory specialists,anastutega specialists,stroke specialists and welfare specialists. (multidisciplinary team)

(Communication challenges)
You can overcome communication challenges from using a high range of alternative techniques and universal languages. You might need to use different communication types to deal with patient or individual communicative deficits. These communication challenges could be from any type of sense impairment (hear,smell,sight,feel; taste) the priority of challenges involve communicative challenges of sights and hearing. With sight challenges Hp’s can use alternative communications of applying the ability to use braille with Commutative specialists or applying braille to educational information though leaflets and papers.
Also, If someone if deaf, you can use sign language or finger interpretations or body language to overcome people's communication challenges.
Also, if someone has severe communication difficulties, this could be provided by a patient with severe autism,epilepsy,severe stroke (lost neuro and stimilie links), brain damage,brain tumors/brain damage. If this is present Health professionals can use communication boards,hand gestures and makaton, due to the simplistic nature of these types of communications.
COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES
You can also use different types of communicative approaches to deal and apply yourself with someone's needs. These are Humanistic,Behavioral,Cognitive,Physchoanalustical and social.
To deal with people's needs everyday, this is through interpersonal communication. You can use informative or informal communication, also physical (non-verbal) communication. This is to fit the situation of the patient's mental state (aggression,passiveness,fearful,anxious,happy,cheerful and physical agitation) With knowing their body language you can understand what type of approach to use to overcome people's challenges.If one is aggressive you can use behavioral approaches, with this approach you can use initiation to emanate their body language tone and point of views for them to realize

Patient Experience Framework-
With the patient experience framework, this is a written assessment based on evidence based procedures and is used to improve the services quality and efficiency. These assessments can be carried out by HP or patients to express their experiences. This framework works in all sectors on HSC and all nationalities and diversities of patients (racial/disabilities/injuries), This frame work is to canccle out any unlawful ineuqalitys like discrimination,sexual/harresments also to provide accesability and equality within HSC when providing care/support.
For R this can allow him to overcome his adversity involving womens clothes and to overcome discrimination from his disabilitys. Since frame work promotes equality and denounces discrimination, this will provide all nurses to have flexability and patients with dealing with R’s needs. This is due to R having communication challenges and is likely to be asked to repeat his conversation.speech or statement in interpersonal or group conversations.


The first strategy is the DH guidance support tool, this strategy focuses on people who need extra support involving HSC provisions extra support can be moving an individual to a different care setting or location, such as home-care ( day or night care) or residential care wITH THE DH decision support tool they seek to record you documentation of R’s medical needs. R has been in hospital due to having a brain hemorrhage and wasn’t found for 48 hours. R will need to be assessed on the DH tool to see if he can stay at home with involving the care or be moved into a residential setting, also, this is due to having care provision more consistent by the assessment. To have continued care you get assessed through Continuation support for health care. To see if or where R will need to be provided extra care a multidisciplinary team will assess and gather quantitative and qualitative data used as evidence to interpret what is the best for R's wellbeing and health. Due to R having intellectual and cognitive problems, the assessment could happen and carried out with the support of an advocate meaning R will give his ideal situation for how care should be provided, but the multidisciplinary team will decide the best interests for R as well as adding flexibility and R’s preferences on how care should be provided. To be accepted for the continuation of health care you need to fall under 2 of twelve treatment areas, HP carries out their needs and decisions on if she’s entitled to NHS continuing health care.

A Five-step Framework is used to support ethical decisions or to help with the improvement of provisions in specific areas of care, this is used for all HSC workers on making ethical decisions. The 5 step framework will make care workers mutually agree on a strategy to assist R with his Communication, well-being and mental health, this framework is commonly used within the (NHS National Health service)

1 Focusing on identifying issues and to find out what decisions have to be made, it’s important to remember what you are asked to do is appropriate and to gather awareness for other HP or individuals who are unsure of the ethical decision presented and how to respond to an unknown problem.
2 thinking over the response that you will take as well as what could be the outcome overall, HP should consider uncasual predicaments and complications, whilst also the risks affecting R so HP will speak to him about the issues.
3 is deciding what action will be put toward looking at overall evidence and information related to this, looking at the risks that could occur whilst also deciding the best response of care.
4 is testing your decision, this could mean by looking over procedures and policy involving ethics and human values and make sure care isn’t provided illegally
5. Lastly, is to proceed and evaluate the response so it can show a clear understanding of a decision and join in the discussion of the topic, this is to discuss the morals of why the decision was made, also including the outcomes you have received and to share the decision made to others so they are aware of the decision. And to learn principles made. All HP should be aware of how to deal with communication with R, this is so all steps can be followed by step by step plans to ensure R’s wellbeing and full understanding of why a decision has been made present by communicational and intellectual deficits.
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for spelling use Grammerly.
Also email your teacher they will tell u if its correct.

I have the same problem but AADHD.
I can understand all of whats needed in the question but cant link it all together.
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