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What rights do individuals in Health and Social Care have?

choice, confidentiality, protection, equal and fair treatment, consultation

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Why should rights be maintained?

maintain self-esteem, have confidence in the staff, prevent worry, provide support, reduce number of complaints

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How can rights be supported?

effective communication, support to challenge discriminatory behavior, giving up to date information, reflective care

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How is effective communication done?

vocab that can be understood, not being patronising, adapt communication to suit needs, listening to the individuals needs

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Why should information on complaints procedures be provided?

empowers them, develop trust, protect from discrimination, they will know what to do if their rights are not being met,

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How is confidentiality maintained?

personal information stored securely, information only shared on a need to know basis, not having discussions about patients in public areas, staff not gossiping

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What choices can be given to individuals in nursing home?

food options, where/how to receive treatment, time to get up/go to bed, clothing, TV

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What are the 3 ways to challenge discrimiantion?

at the time, afterwards thorough procedures, through long term proactive campaigning

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How can discrimination be challenged at the time?

supervision, speak to the person about how they are discriminating

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How can discrimination be challenged through procedures?

refer to policies, implement complaints procedures, report to senior staff, disciplinary action, legal action

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How can discrimination be challenged through campaigning?

awareness of the issues, staff training to raise awareness

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When might a person want to make a complaint?

issues with choice, confidentiality, protection from harm and abuse, not given equal and fair treatment, not consulted

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What options are given during the com[plaints procedure?

choose to make a complaint or not, choose when to make a complaint, who to complain to

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What are the steps of the complaints procedure

write down what happened, stay calm, explain who the individual feels, pursue further, take specialist advice

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How are service users protected from harm and abuse?

Disclosure and barring checks, trained staff, CCTV, staff never working alone

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How are service users given fair and equal treatment?

treated for individual needs, not being treated unfairly, not being discriminated agaisnt

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How are service users given consultation?

type of care, options

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Why is it not always possible to maintain confidentiality in care settings?

person at risk of harming themselves, risk of person harming others, information must be shared on a need to know basis, to protect the person from harm and abuse

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How can practitioners carry out reflective practice?

evaluate specific incidents or activities, explore training needs, identify what could be done better

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How can members of staff show they are not being patronising?

positive body language, no jargon, be polite, no sarcasm. make them feel like they are being taken seriously

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What does a 'need to know basis' mean?

information is only shared with those directly involved with the care and support of the individual, telling a practitioner the facts that they need to be aware of, only the relevant people know the information