Providing Home care: an Alternative model

Charlie_eeyore
Mind Map by , created over 6 years ago

Degree Introduction to health and social care (Block 1) Mind Map on Providing Home care: an Alternative model, created by Charlie_eeyore on 05/26/2013.

147
0
0
Charlie_eeyore
Created by Charlie_eeyore over 6 years ago
Care in Families: Why it matters
Charlie_eeyore
Block 1 end of unit check lists
Charlie_eeyore
Experiencing Family Care
Charlie_eeyore
An Inspector calls Techniques
anya14
GCSE AQA Biology 1 Nerves & Hormones
Lilac Potato
Block 1 Key Points
Charlie_eeyore
Maslows Hierarchy of needs
Charlie_eeyore
Social care, Who pays?, Who decides?
Charlie_eeyore
Entering the world of social care
Charlie_eeyore
Being Ill
Charlie_eeyore
Providing Home care: an Alternative model
1 Direct Payments
1.1 Benefits
1.1.1 More Flexibility
1.1.2 Familiarty
1.1.3 Paid for by the local authoirty
1.1.4 Confidence
1.1.5 Freedom
1.1.6 Continuity
1.1.7 Come and go more
1.2 Promotes independence and choice
1.3 Service users buy the care they need directly
1.4 Difficulties
1.4.1 Boubdaries
2 Personal Assistants
2.1 Difficulties
2.1.1 No progresssion
2.1.2 Lower pay
2.1.3 Unsocailable hours
2.1.4 Training oppourtunities
2.1.5 Work more than paid for
2.1.6 Vulnerable as dependent on relationship staying strong
2.2 Benefits
2.2.1 Choice over who they work for and with
2.2.2 Higher job stasifaction
2.2.3 Stronger realtionships
3 Critisms of home care
3.1 Not always the same carer
3.2 User not in chanrge
3.3 Does not know the client well
4 Higher needs meet, according to Maslow's hierachy with Direct payments
5 Not suitable for everyone children/mental impairments
6 More suited to users with long term health conditions and physical impairments

Media attachments