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M/602/2850 - Manage health and social care practice to ensur

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M/602/2850 - Manage health and social care practice to ensure positive outcomes for individuals
New Assessment Plan
Manage health and social care practice to ensure positive outcomes for individuals.

There are 5 learning outcomes for this unit.

Learning Outcomes 1 - 4 involve your ability to describe, explain, analyse

Learning Outcome 5 should be able to cross reference to unit 01 and 05
Understand the theory and principles that underpin outcome based practice
1.1 Explain ‘outcome based practice’
2
Be able to lead practice that promotes social, emotional, cultural, spiritual and intellectual well being
2.1 Explain the psychological basis for well-being
You could research Maslow and also discuss the Ryff Scales
3. Be able to lead practice that promotes individuals’ health
3.1 Demonstrate the effective use of resources to promote good health and healthy choices in all aspects of the provision
4.2 Manage resources so that individuals can achieve positive outcomes
Let us look at Activity 3
4
Be able to lead inclusive provision that gives individuals’ choice and control over the outcomes they want to achieve
4.1 Explain the necessary steps in order for individuals to have choice and control over decisions

4.3 Monitor and evaluate progress towards the achievement of outcomes

4.5 Implement systems and processes for recording the identification, progress and achievement of outcomes
D/602/2844 - Lead person centred practice
J/601/5242 - Assess the individual in a health and social care setting
Let us look at Learning Outcome 1
1.2 Critically review approaches to outcome based practice
1.3 Analyse the effect of legislation and policy on outcome based practice
1.4 Explain how outcome based practice can result in positive changes in individuals’ lives
Our health, our care, our say

This White Paper, published in 2006, set out aims to provide people with good quality social care and NHS community services. NHS services have progressed through a 10-year plan (NHS Plan) to become more responsive to individual needs and prevent disease through promotion of healthy lifestyles. Social care services are also changing to give service users more independence, choice and control.

It aims to improve access to services which promote independence and put people in control of their own services. There are seven outcomes to be used to measure how effectively services are achieving these aims for individuals:
• improved health and emotional wellbeing
• improved quality of life
• making a positive contribution
• choice and control
• freedom from discrimination
• economic well-being
• personal dignity.

Have a look at Activity 1 to complete post workshop
2.2 Promote a culture among the workforce of considering all aspects of individuals’ well-being in day to day practice
What ways could you get your team to consider all aspects of an individuals well-being?
One way of helping staff understand outcomes-based practice is to view actions and activities as either:
Important to the person
or
Important for the person
Actions which are important for a person are those which they may need in order to stay alive, be safe, be clean and healthy
Actions which are important to a person are those which matter to them and make a difference to their life, such as what name you use to address them, what TV programmes they watch, whether they have a particular newspaper to read every day, how they take their tea.
Getting the balance between these two aspects of a person’s life is essential to ensure good person-centred care. Having a shower three a week may ensure you are clean but if you prefer a bath twice a week with scented bubbles and candles your total needs are not being met by the service.
open Activity 2
2.3 Review the extent to which systems and processes promote individual well being
Review means - identify them and discuss their benefits
What systems and processes do you have in place?
Comprehensive Assessments
Reviews
Support Plans
Feedback
All of you can talk about in your account the benefits of the above when promoting individual well-being and more importantly give examples.
3.2 Use appropriate methods to meet the health needs of individuals
3.2 Use appropriate methods to meet the health needs of individuals
Again, what methods would you use to meet these needs?
Assessment
Review
Multi agency case meetings
Support plans
Care Packs
SAP
3.3 Implement practice and protocols for involving appropriate professional health care expertise for individuals
How would this be achieved?
Complete Activity 4
3.4 Develop a plan to ensure the workforce has the necessary training to recognise individual health care needs
4.4
Develop a plan to ensure the workforce has the necessary training to support individuals to achieve outcomes
Effective workforce analysis, planning and development enable organisations to be ready for change and also meet the health needs of individuals and help achieve positive outcomes.
Workforce analysis and planning:
• What skills do staff already have?
• What tasks do staff carry out?
• What is the profile of the workforce?
• What are the drivers for change? (Government requirements, changes in needs of people who use the service, changes in targets.)
• What changes are likely to affect the service in the short, medium and long term?
• What will the service look like in the future?
• What skills, knowledge and abilities will staff need in order to deliver the service of the future?

Once the exercise on where you are now and where you need to go has been completed, it is possible to devise a model of workforce development.

• What skills, knowledge and abilities are needed by everyone in the service?
• What skills, knowledge and abilities are needed by specific roles?
• What skills, knowledge and abilities are needed by specific members of staff?
• What are the learning styles of the staff member/s concerned?
• How can you ensure that learning is translated into practice?
Let us look at Activity 5
Activity 6
Account for this unit needs to cover:
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2.1
2.3
3.2
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