The implementation of the Health and Social Care sub-sectors is crucial in terms of providing services for the well being of individuals, and to meet the increasing demands of a growing and ageing population with complex needs. Students working in this sector will need to be aware of pathways: a multidisciplinary approach towards anticipated care.
The objective of this unit is to enhance the students’ understanding of an individual’s right to being involved in their own care and develop students’ skills in promoting this right when working with individuals. Students will explore the importance of working relationships within multidisciplinary settings and the impact on the individual.
Write a report that focuses on the task and the assessment criteria which is listed below. you will be writing about the table below sets against the LOs and ACs of Unit 3 Supporting the Individual Journey through Integrated Health and Social Care some LOs and ACs from other Units of the Pearson Higher Nationals in Healthcare Practice, in particular the following units:
- Unit 1: Law Policy and Ethical Practice in Health and Social Care
- Unit 2: Generate Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice
- Unit 5: Health Education in Action
- Unit 6: Supporting Dementia Care
- Unit 12: Supporting Independent Living
- Unit 13: Supporting Individuals with Specific Needs
- Unit 14: Sociological and Psychological Perspectives on Health
- Unit 16: Supporting Adults in Residential Care
- Unit 17: Effective Reporting and Record-keeping in Health and Social Care Services
Prepare a VV.
Develop and maintain reflective journal.Develop a portfolio.
Which include reflective journal in how to deal with the clients and users at workplace.
This unite demands from the students to reflect the work experience related to heath and social care sector. The tasks will help the students understand what they do and why, where are the gaps in their health and social care practice, and how they can fill those gaps?
|AC(s) to achieve PASS, MERIT or Distinction grade
|LO1 Explore the health, care and support services available to an individual requiring multidisciplinary care.
|P1 Evaluate local resources and provision that supports integrated care working.
P2 Explain current local unmet need related to health, care and support service provision in own locale.
M1 Discuss difference between healthcare and social care providers and types of interagency care provision in relation to meeting the needs of the individual requiring care.
D1 Explore local resources and provision in respect of meeting the needs of an identified individual requiring multidisciplinary care.
|LO2 Assess an individual’s capacity to identify their own needs.
P3 Provide support to an individual in a health, care or support service setting towards the identification of their own care needs.
|LO3 Explain impact of own relationship with the individual and multidisciplinary team members involved in the delivery of the care pathway.
|P5 Provide leadership within the remit of own role in a health, care or support service to promote inter personal and multidisciplinary team working.
P6 Explain the roles and responsibilities of information sharing between multidisciplinary teams.
M3 Provide competent and autonomous leadership in information sharing in a multidisciplinary team in own setting towards meeting different individuals’ care needs.
D3 Analysis of own personal growth and development in supporting an individual to access the quality integrated care that require to meet their needs, within parameters of practice.
|LO4 Generate the need for person-centred communication in implementing person-centred plans.
|P7 Describe communication methods used to provide appropriate support to different individuals to meet and review their care needs.
P8 Apply communication strategies in identifying and responding to the needs of different service users in a health, care or support service.
M4 Generate safe and clinically effective practice within own professional boundaries when communicating with different service users and staff in health, care or support services.
M5 Analyse own capacity for positive and person centred risk-taking when supporting an individual to maintain their own identity to meet their ongoing care needs.
D4 Explore own role and practice in providing and empowering an individual to communicate their changing care needs in health, care and services.