UNIT 3 : CONCEPTS

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1 CARE
1.1 Assessment
1.1.1 Each individual has different needs so an assessment ensure the correct and most suitable care is provided
1.1.1.1 Carried out by 'Care Manager'
1.2 Care Package
1.2.1 Set of services required for the care
1.3 Care Manager
1.3.1 E.g. Social Workers / Community Nurse; manages care package, decides budget, finds people and organisation to provide service and carries out regular reviews
1.4 Care Plan
1.4.1 Record of the care expected to be received - signed by care recipient as acknowledgement that it has been agreed
2 MEANS TESTING
2.1 If someone qualifies for home social care, income is assessed to see how much they need to pay
3 INCOME AND WEALTH
3.1 Savings above £21,000 would result in needing to pay towards costs of care
4 POSTCODE LOTTERY
4.1 What you pay will depend on where you live
5 HEALTH CARE OR SOCIAL CARE?
5.1 Health care = free
5.1.1 Can get same services for nothing
5.2 Social care = funded
5.2.1 If you are identified as needing social care then you are paying to be bathed
5.2.2 Significant consequences of falling into one side and not the other
6 HOME CARE
6.1 Home care workers
6.1.1 Range of skills needed
6.1.2 Different clients
6.1.2.1 Skilled care using hi-tech equipement / personal care e.g. washing & dressing / shopping
6.1.3 CARE RELATIONSHIPS
6.1.3.1 Boundaries between work and friendship
6.1.3.2 Emotional = care works also need support
6.1.3.2.1 Clients can pass away
7 PLAYERS OF HOME CARE
7.1 Commissioners
7.1.1 Agencies contract and pay for services. / Budgets from local or national taxes / Responsible for purchasing services and making sure care is delivered as in contract
7.1.2 E.g. Social services and PCTs
7.2 Providers
7.2.1 Contract with commissioners
7.2.2 E.g. Somebody Cares
7.2.3 Recruitment, management and training of well-motivated staff = key
7.3 Clients
7.3.1 Use the services
8 DIRECT PAYMENTS
8.1 Cash payment made to client to spend of meeting their assessed support needs (by Local Authority)
8.2 Independence / control / choice
9 HIGHER ORDER NEEDS
9.1 Needs from Maslow's theory; social activities / love / friendship / self-respect / recognition / development and growth
10 PRINCIPLES OF CARE PRACTICE
10.1 Support people in maximising potential
10.2 Support people in having voice and being heard
10.3 Respect people's beliefs and practices
10.4 Support people's rights to appropriate services
10.5 Respect people's privacy and confidentiality

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