Health & Social RO21 exam revision

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How does consultation support rights?
Makes individuals feel; valued, listened to, in control, empowered to make an informed descision, confident
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What are some security measures?
Staff wearing ID lanyards, Electronic security pads with PIN codes, External doors and gates locked, Manned reception desks, Window locks, Log book, CCTV, Visitor badges, Monitoring of keys
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What are the physical effects of the rights not being upheld?
Pain, Existing illness gets worse, Bruising, Cuts and grazes, Broken bones, Dehydration, Malnutrition, Injury
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What positive effect does giving choice give to individuals?
Control over their lives, Promotes independence, Empowers individuals, Increases self-esteem, Makes individuals feel valued
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What are the emotional effects of the rights not being upheld?
Low self-esteem, Low self-confidence, Disempowered, Upset, Loss of trust, Angry, Depressed, Stressed, Frustrated, Self-harm, Frightened, Feeling unsafe
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What are the 4 main aspeccts of being a reflective practitioner?
1. Evaluating specific incidents or activities. 2. Identifiying what might be done better next time. 3. Identifying what went well. 4. Exploring training and development needs
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What are the key aspects of the equality act?
Aims to prevent discrimination, Provides protection for people discriminated against, Makes discrimination in education, emloyment and housing illegal
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What are the key aspects of the mental health act?
Aims to protect those at risk to themselves or others, Provides the legal authority for an individual to be taken to a placce of saftey for assessment, Provides a definition of a mental disorder, Gives rights to those with a mental disorder
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What are the 5 outcomes of ECM (every child matters)?
Staying Safe, Healthy Being, Enjoying and Achieving, Ecomomic Wellbeing, Positive Contribution (SHEEP)
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How does key legislation impact service providers?
Needed to produce organisational policies and procedures to fulfil the requirements
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Equal and fair treatment means that individuals are ........
given the same oppotunities and choices, treate for their individual needs
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Why is it important to maintain individuals' rights?
Feel valued, Raise self-esteem, Empower individuals, Insitil confidence, Instil trust, Feel safe, Equality of access to services, meet individual needs
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What are the physical effects of the rights not being upheld?

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What positive effect does giving choice give to individuals?

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