H & S Care, Areas of support

Areas of support, professional or formal

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GP, General Practitioner - Formal
Can: prescribe meds, make referrals,offer advice and encoragement, talk through symptoms.
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District nurse - Formal
Can: Give meds, change dressings, give injections, give encoragement, refer patients.
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Social Worker - Formal
Can: Offer support to people unable to look after themselves, Check that children are safe and healthy.
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Counceller - Formal
Can: Talk through problems, listen. (CANNOT refer or offer advice)
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Dietician - Formal
Can: talk through problems, set up a diet and exercise plan, moniter new diet.
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Physiotherapist - Formal
Can: help patient to regain mobility, offer support and encoragement, help with exercises.
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Pharmacist - Formal
Can: give advice, offer support and encoragment, encorage self referal.
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Home care assistant - Formal
Can: help move patient, help them wash, help prepare food, help with cleaning and daily tasks.
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Partner - informal
Can: talk, refer them to professional support, encorage them, support them.
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Children - informal
Can help relive pressure by: Helping with jobs around the house, work hard in school, take a part time job.
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Family - informal
Can relive pressure by: helping out around the house, cook for them, ect. Can refer them to professional support
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Neighbors - informal
Can: talk to the person, help them with tasks, refer them to professional support.
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Work colleagues - informal
Can: talk to the person, help them with tasks, refer them to professional support.
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Priest/Religious leader - voluntary
Can: talk to the person, prey for them, visit person, organize and find support groups for them.
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Citizens advice bureau (CAB) - Voluntary
Can: talk to the person and offer legal advice
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Childline -Voluntary
Can: talk to a child and encorage the child to seek support where neccary
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Age concern - Voluntary
Can: talk to the person,comfort them, and encourage them to seek professional/informal support where necessary.
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Card 2

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District nurse - Formal

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Can: Give meds, change dressings, give injections, give encoragement, refer patients.

Card 3

Front

Social Worker - Formal

Back

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Card 4

Front

Counceller - Formal

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Dietician - Formal

Back

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