Unit 2

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What are the stages in the care plan cycle?
Assessing, planning, implementing, monitoring and review and evaluation
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Why is it good to involve the people being cared for in developing their own care plan?
More likely to co-operate, use their own skills and abilities help themselves and reflect their own wishes and priorities
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Why does the care plan need to be individualised?
It needs to be specific, meet needs of that person and be holistic
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Why must care plans be evaluated?
To see how effective the plan has been and to see if it is still appropriate as the situation may have changed
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What is normalisation?
Care to allow people to lead an ordinary life, not excluding people from anything an able person can do, not feeling alienated and provide access
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What is networking?
Communicating between different care organisations
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What is positive care?
Care that is respectful and empowering
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What is the role of a advocate?
Talking to you to find out what you think and want, Explaining things to you so that you can make choices, Being with you when you meet with health and social care staff and Getting information you need so that you know all the options open to you
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What is a advocate?
Having someone speak on you behalf and your best interests
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What is respect and empowerment?
Respect is where you value them and Empowerment is control of life by making their own choices
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What is a hollistic assessment?
An assessment across all of the PIES
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What is a multi agency working?
Lots of organisations working together
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What is a multidisciplinary environment?
People with different skills working together
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What is task focused care?
They focus on the task and only do what they are paid for
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What is an advanatge and disadvanatge of task focused care?
A advantage is that they do not need to be trained in anything else, quick and the task is done that they are paid for. A disadvanatge is that they are not flexible and there is no care.
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What is needs led care?
Individualised care
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What is an advantage and disadvanatge of needs led care?
A advanatage is that they need to be trained in different things, hollistic care and flexible. A disadvantage is that it is expensive and takes time to be trained
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What is an assessment of service provision?
A inspection of how they work either internal or external and how they provide care
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What is direct care?
People who do something to make people better e.g doctor
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What is indirect care?
Support services
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What is tertiary care?
Refer to a specialist
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What is secondary and primary care?
Secondary care is who the doctor refers you to and Primary care is where you self refer yourself e.g doctor
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Why is it good to involve the people being cared for in developing their own care plan?

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More likely to co-operate, use their own skills and abilities help themselves and reflect their own wishes and priorities

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Why does the care plan need to be individualised?

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Why must care plans be evaluated?

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What is normalisation?

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