Institutional care practices/residential care

Jen Collins
Mind Map by Jen Collins, updated more than 1 year ago
Jen Collins
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BLOCK 4 Mind Map on Institutional care practices/residential care, created by Jen Collins on 05/22/2013.
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Institutional care practices/residential care
1 main emphasis of care today is enabling the person to live independantly, not always possible
1.1 supported living: sml grp home, residential or nursing home
2 residential/nursing homes can be seen to be institutionalised
2.1 Cedar Court
2.1.1 negative institutional practices more likely to occur in this setting and then most likely to occurr when the service user is unable to express own needs and wants (dementia)
2.2 Is a basic national minimum of standards for residential care settings CARE STANDARDS ACT 2000
2.2.1 enforced by THE COMMISSION FOR SOCIAL CARE INSPECTION
2.2.1.1 People have the right to
2.2.1.1.1 Privacy and dignity
2.2.1.1.2 Choice and control
2.2.1.1.3 Respect for cultural and spiritual beliefs
2.2.1.1.4 Social life and activities
2.2.1.1.5 Protection from harm and abuse
3 EXTRA CARE OPTION
3.1 Sonali Gardens
3.1.1 Demos respect for cultural and spiritual beliefs
3.1.1.1 person centred, culturally safe flexible care
3.2 scheme which provides self contained accomodation so people can live independantly
3.2.1 householders have opportunity to join in communal facilities and recieve support and care (24hr service)
3.3 Allows person to become part of extra care community as well as the wider surrounding community
3.4 popular with local authorities and health commissioners as alternative to residential care
4 2007 HEALTH CARE COMMISSION
4.1 Report on long stay facility for learning diffs pinpointed reasons that poor INSTITUTIONAL care could occur
4.1.1 low staff morale
4.1.2 shortage of staff
4.1.3 inadequate supervision
4.1.4 lack of leadership
4.1.5 poor quality accomodation
4.1.5.1 Russel Barton
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