Identifying training opportunities There are likely to be a variety of training opportunities which will allow for satisfaction of the disabled person’s needs Local organisations may provide training on maintaining safety in the home, arranging personal budgets, and managing different aspects of health You might also identify the need for physical training to prevent the deterioration of the disabled person.
Client requirements may depend upon the type of disability, including: Cognitive Intellectual Physical Psychiatric Sensory
Review and monitor person-centred responses 2.6 Ensure changes to service are within procedural and legislative requirements and maintain high standards of delivery
Changes to service for the disabled You will have to follow procedures and comply with a variety of laws when making changes to the delivery of service for disabled people You will need to ensure that the changes you make fit in with the procedures which are maintained by your organisation Some changes may not be possible due to the restrictions which are imposed by your organisation
Ensure that any changes are made in compliance with these aspects of law: Dignity of risk Duty of care Human rights, including the United nations convention on the rights of persons with disabilities (UNCRPD) Mandatory reporting Privacy, confidentiality, and disclosure Work health and safety
Provide service delivery within a quality framework 3.1 Follow procedures for service delivery for the individual in line with organisation’s quality system
Quality person centred service It is important to ensure that all of the disabled people under your care receive the same quality of service Staff members should work in combination, towards common person-centred objectives The development of physical strengths and skills may be deemed necessary to empower the individual and give them the greatest opportunity for independent living.
Quality person centred service Systems should be established for monitoring the quality of care provided by your organisation The level of knowledge about the individual’s requirements should increase over time You should review the care industry standards and do what works best for the disabled individual Records of care quality and safety should be maintained and reviewed for the identification of necessary improvements.
Provide service delivery within a quality framework 3.2 Identify any barriers that may impact on delivery of high quality service and refer to supervisor
Barriers to care Care staff may lack the time, skills, and resources to carry out any changes The potentially positive effects may not be enough to convince managers and supervisors of the need for further investment Staff members might not be allowed the flexibility to change their working practices There may also be reluctance among the care workers, due to the bother of learning new working methods.
You may encounter these issues: Social, religious and cultural beliefs which prevent
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