Health and social care terminology

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Empowerment
informal choices- helping people make choices and take control- giving them independance
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Normalisation
Making people normal[ people should fit into society rather than society accpecting them
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Advocacy
A process whereby a worker, carer or voulnteer speaks or acts on behalf of a client to ensure that they recieve the service they require and are entitiled too
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Care planing cycle
Procedure set up to outline and record a course of care treatment or therapy
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Mized economy of care
care system that combines public, private,voluntary and informal sectros together
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Team building
the process of developing a group of employees into an effective work team
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Mission statement
a formal statement of a care ogranisations aims or objectives. It sets out the organisations sense of purpose
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legislation
A collective term for laws that are passed by parliment
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Mult-disciplinary working
A situation where care practitioners employed by different care organisations collaborate to provide care, e.g doctors, nurses and social workers
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Hollisitc assessment
an assessment that focuses on the 'whole person' rather than a specific aspect of their functioning
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quality assurance
a general process of monitoring and evaluating whether specifed standards of service quality have been achieved, e.g audits
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Making people normal[ people should fit into society rather than society accpecting them

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Normalisation

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A process whereby a worker, carer or voulnteer speaks or acts on behalf of a client to ensure that they recieve the service they require and are entitiled too

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Procedure set up to outline and record a course of care treatment or therapy

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care system that combines public, private,voluntary and informal sectros together

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