Living and working in long-stay settings

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Degree Introduction to health and social care (Block 4) Mind Map on Living and working in long-stay settings, created by Charlie_eeyore on 05/31/2013.

Created by Charlie_eeyore over 6 years ago
The hospital environment
Managing transitions
Home as a place for care
C1, C2, C3 keywords
Jessica Phillips
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James Jolliffe
Social inclusion and the social model of disability
Person -centred care
Leaving home
Block 4 Key points
Institutional living
Living and working in long-stay settings
1 Dementia
1.1 umberlla term
1.2 Memory loss
1.3 confusion
1.4 Language problems
1.5 Change in behaviour
1.6 slowing down
1.7 Changes in personality
2 seven oaks
2.1 extra care
2.1.1 dementia cre
2.2 High dependency area
2.3 homely environment
2.4 5 two bedroom bunglows
2.5 re-ablement service
2.6 street names facilitates navigation
2.7 shared sitting rooms, dining rooms, pub
2.8 shops on one road
2.9 activity 9
3 lack of training and support = high staff turnover
4 workfore 80% female
5 50% work parttime
6 target of 50% NVQ2 trained did not happen due to staff turnover
7 training, supervisiiona dn support are crucial too job satisfaction
8 abuse = preventing people from exercising thier rights to independence, choice and inculsion
9 Vauling staff makes person center care possible and viable
10 innes et ak (2206) person centred care used inconsistentenly
10.1 common elements
10.1.1 Taken into account service users views
10.1.2 working wiht family memebers
10.1.3 promoting idependence
10.1.4 offerign flexibilty
10.1.5 realiability
10.2 personnal commiment and motivation
10.3 personal attributes and people skilld
11 Health and socail care work is complex and emotionally demanding
12 valuign residents as individuals
13 valuing staff as people to
13.1 Person centred care

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