Unit 21 Supporting Significant Life Events
Aim of Unit 21 Supporting Significant Life Events
This unit deals with the real life experience which is supported by service effectiveness. This transmission is completely associated with the human life cycle and makes adjustments as per the requirements. Learners need to take responsibility of others to make the experience of an individual better For example, a patient suffered from trauma. Thus, only medical treatment is not sufficient for that individual to get rid from the situation. Love and affection must be provided as well. A learner should be aware regarding maintenance of dignity and self respect. An individual who is engaged with such a service must have a clear image to be presented an in front of others to gain respect.
1. Understand how significant life events impact on individuals and their social networks
2. Understand the support available for individuals experiencing significant life events
3. be able to analyses responses made by health and social care services to support individuals experiencing significant life events.
LO1 Understand how significant life events impact on individuals and their social networks
Significance of life events has been addressed in this part and one important factor which work best in this social network. Such events has been addressed which are directly connected with life stages. The strategy of life changes in each alternative day. Personal relationships, health and economic circumstances work best in this regard. Learners also get to know about economic circumstances. The cultural differences play a negative role for establishment of effective communication. Thus, the learners need to know about the ways which will help in a mitigation of difference. The issues which occur in the way of reduction of mobility help a lot to make the communication system better.
LO2 Understand the support available for individuals experiencing significant life events
Significant life events has been addressed in this part of the unit and the supporting factors in this regard are family, group and communities. The users of social health care are highly benefited with this. Three important supports which have to be present in this are confidentiality, bereavement and accessing of specialist services. Along with internal resources there is also a requirement of external resources as well. To support the event the learners has to take help of framework. The e learners get to know about different agencies as well. Deaf society, Dementia association is two important agencies about which learners may learn about.
LO3 be able to analyses responses made by health and social care services to support individuals experiencing significant life events.
Only providing support to the organizations are not enough. A health and social care employees need to be in touch with the organization to collect regular feedback. Whether the support is being helpful for the patients or not has been addressed in this part. The learners get a clear insight regarding the ways of application of policies. Adaptation of f service is also an important part of this. Personal experiences have been also presented and this is presented with the support of self awareness. Improvement areas are also recommended along with policies and strategies.
Learning outcomes and assessment criteria
|Learning outcomes On successful completion of this unit a learner will:||Assessment criteria for pass The learner can:|
|LO1 Understand how significant life events impact on individuals and their social networks||explain the impact of significant life events on individualsanalyses possible group responses to significant life events that occur to one of its membersanalyses the impact for others in health and social care when an individual experiences significant life events|
|LO2 Understand the support available for individuals experiencing significant life events||evaluate the effectiveness of organisational policies and procedures in supporting individuals and their social networks affected by significant life eventsexplain how others in social networks may provide support to individuals experiencing significant life eventsevaluate the suitability of external sources of support for those affected by significant life events|
|LO3 Be able to analyses responses made by health and social care services to support individuals experiencing significant life events.||analyses possible organisational responses to the need to support individuals experiencing a significant life eventreflect on own personal contributions to the support of individuals experiencing significant life eventsMake recommendations for improving the support available in a health and social care organization for individuals and their social networks when affected by significant life events.|
This unit has links with, for example:
- Unit 9: Empowering Users of Health and Social Care Services
- Unit 22: Developing Counseling Skills for Health and Social Care.
This unit also has links with the National Occupational Standards in Health and Social Care. See
Annex B for mapping.
This unit also has links with the National Occupational Standards in Leadership and Management for Care Services. See Annex C for mapping.