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Block 1 Unit 1 Care in families What do family carers do Who counts as a carer Getting to grips with family care Experiencing family care What is it like to care What affects care relationships Wife, mother, daughter, carer The other side of the relationship: what is it like to be cared for? Asking for help The complexities of caring Putting the case study in context Cares: some facts Experiencing care as a younger person Care and your family Changing families, changing care Changing families; Family life in the 1950's Families and caring: Bethnal green in the late twentieth century Do families still care What does it all mean for caring
Unit 2 Being Ill What does being ill mean The sick role Recognising illness Healthcare in the community Accessing primary care Entering the medical world Coming to terms with a chronic illness The community Health network Being aware of the service user Culturally appropriate services psychologically sensitive services taking into account peoples lives Care in Hospitals Why go to hospital Being a hospital patient Care roles in hospital Healthcare in changing times Changing ideas of health Changes in society Changes in the health service
Unit 3 Entering the world of social care Accessing services Carers as clients Continuation of caring A normal life Social care who decides, who pays Who decides Who Pays Home care workers and users Home care what is the job? This caring business Providing home care; an alternative model Users criticisms of home care putting the user in charge: direct payments The personal assistant role Suitability for all?