Block 4 - End of unit checklist

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Degree Introduction to health and social care (Block 4) Note on Block 4 - End of unit checklist, created by Charlie_eeyore on 05/29/2013.

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Discuss how the physical environment can be both 'enabling and disabling' Recognise the influence of public and private space in the development of care environments Explain how the social model of disability contributes to the understanding of environmental and other barriers assess whether places for health care differ form places for social care describe the physical, social and psychological aspects of places for care discuss the process of leaving home as a key transition understand how people become attached to places and how this can be important for health and well being Explain the impact on people of transitions between places of care Review the effect that care setting have on people in transitions Discuss the messages that environments convey about the people who use them Understand what is involved in supporting people through transitions in care Understand the origins and decline of large-scale institutional care Describe some key features of long-stay settings Recongise how different kinds of settings affect the nature of the care provided Understand the process of institutionalization and how it might be avoided Identify ways on enabling group living to be individualized Reflect ways of valuing staff review the role of staff promoting person-center care

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