Activity 1C Estimated Time 30 Minutes P a g e 7 Objective To provide you with

Activity 1c estimated time 30 minutes p a g e 7

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Activity 1C Estimated Time 30 Minutes
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P a g e | 7 Objective To provide you with an opportunity to maintain confidentiality and privacy of the person within organisation policy and protocols. Activity What are your organisational policy and procedures on privacy? All associated with the organisation have right to privacy and confidentiality be recognised, respected and protected in all aspects of their contact with the organisation. The privacy of client records is a highly important aspect of confidentiality. Failure to maintain privacy of client records is punishable by law What are your organisational policy and procedures on confidentiality? Document information that relate to service delivery and related factors. Ensure the confidentiality of all client information, in all the forms in which it might be stored. All Confidential documents must be stored securely. Client information should never be disclosed to external agencies without clients consent. Names and details of clients should not be disclosed in public. When can you breach confidentiality? You can breach confidentiality If the person is at serious risk of harm If there is serious threat to the public or a specific person Where there is a police request for information under the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 For use by healthcare professional (as long as a recognised standard of treatment is being delivered).
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P a g e | 8 Activity 1D Estimated Time 15 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to work with the person to identify physical and social enablers and disablers impacting on health outcomes and quality of life. Activity What is the difference between enablers and disablers? Give three examples of each with your answer. Enablers are those factors that encourage elderly people to do something for example, participate in an activity Some examples of enablers are as below: Validation to be worthy, likely to succeed and perhaps onto something expectation of positive outcome that include social benefits or health benefits Social support to attend any events or activities Access to things easily, for example: drive on their own, catch a bus or taxi, be able to access wheelchair when necessary. Disablers are those factors that discourage elderly people from doing something. Some examples of enablers are as below: Health problems Inconvenience Transport issues Lack of friends or support Activity 1E Estimated Time 15 Minutes
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P a g e | 9 Objective To provide you with an opportunity to encourage the person to adopt a shared responsibility for own support as a means of achieving better health outcomes and quality of life. Activity Who will you need to discuss responsibilities for client’s care with? The responsibilities for client’s care will need to be discussed with all parties involved with the care. This is to establish who will do what and when.
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