Principles of Care (and Equality, Diversity and Rights Overview)(with 79 page printable Workbook)
The pack features a 79 page Workbook (Standard 1 Understand the Principles of Care) and also includes PowerPoint presentations and Word documents. There is no restriction as to the number of times the buyer prints off the workbook (it can be re-printed off for completion by all new staff as part of the induction process). The pack includes relevant information relating to the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2009 (Regulation 17) and Outcome 1 respecting and involving people who use services. This is the basic information from the regulations and outcomes. Suitable for residential care and domiciliary settings training needs.It is also suitable for other types of care settings, but the resources will need some adapting by the trainer.
Workbook (79 pages)
- Part One – Introduction
- Part Two - Timetable for Completion and Personal Information
- Part Three - Useful Resources
- Part Four - Standard 1 Understand the Principles of Care
There are four sections to this standard: Understand the principles of care
- The values
- Person centred approaches
- Risk assessment
Care Values Overview – PowerPoint (47 slides) - Slide Titles:
- Care Value base What is it?, Foster people’s rights and responsibilities, Foster equality and diversity, Maintain the confidentiality of information, Human Rights Act 1988, Outcome 1 Respecting and involving people, Respecting a Person’s Identity, Maslow, Learning activity, Maintaining Confidentiality, Codes of Practice, Maintaining Confidentiality, Learning Activity, Communicating Effectively, Learning Activity, Choice, Learning Activity, Dignity, Learning Activity Care Value Base, Standard 1 – Principles of Care, Further Information
Plus a handout that follows the PowerPoint, a handout on Care Value Vase, Confidentiality Handout. The 3 learning activities detailed in the PowerPoints are also supplied as Word documents.
Maslow – PowerPoint (7 slides)
- Introduction, Maslow – Physiological Needs, Maslow – Safety Needs, Maslow – Affiliation Needs, Maslow – Esteem Needs, Maslow – Self Actualisation, References
With accompanying handout.
Extra PowerPoint - Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2009 and the Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009 (9 slides)
With 2 handouts (one detailing just the regulations, the other detailing the expected outcomes and prompts).
An extra handout on Promoting Equality.
Available on CD or as a Download