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Human growth week 5


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Human growth week 5

  1. 1. Unit HSC M2 Human Growth and Development Week 5
  2. 2. Time to think………. • Words from the letters in • Parliament
  3. 3. Parliament History
  4. 4. HSC M2 Assignment hand-in date 8th December 2017
  5. 5. Learning Outcomes • Identify five physical changes that we associate with older age. • Describe the different care needs at infancy and childhood • Summarise how the failure to meet these needs can have serious consequences
  6. 6. Recap • B2- Explain the importance of recognising and responding to concerns regarding an individuals' growth and development Remember to think about:- • Intervention • Promote health and well-being • Meeting individual needs
  7. 7. Effects of Ageing-complete the table Body organ/system Effects of ageing Remedy The brain Some memory loss Keep mentally active The eyes The ears The skeleton and joints The skin The hair
  8. 8. Maslow • Remember looking at Maslow’s hierarchy of needs?
  9. 9. Have you met your objectives?
  10. 10. Care needs infancy and childhood • Some needs are basic however, other change throughout our lives. • Care needs board blast :-
  11. 11. Infancy and Childhood Infancy:- Infants need to have everything done for them. If a child is left on their own they may feel frightened and unsafe. Childhood:- Children need to have social clubs to go to develop social skills and make friends.
  12. 12. To prevent nappy rash • Change wet or soiled nappies as soon as possible. Young babies need changing as many as 10 or 12 times a day; older babies at least six to eight times. • Clean the whole nappy area thoroughly, wiping from front to back. Use plain water, cotton wool or baby wipes. • Lie your baby on a towel and leave the nappy off for as long and as often as you can in order to let fresh air get to the skin. • Use a barrier cream, such as zinc and castor oil or Sudacrem
  13. 13. Have you met your objectives?
  14. 14. Discussion • How do counselling services meet the care needs of individuals? Write a paragraph to explain.
  15. 15. Reflect • Think about a receptionist in a health care centre why would they need to understand how people develop differently at different life stages?
  16. 16. Unit HSC M2 Human Growth and Development Day 2
  17. 17. Time to think………… Mental maths:- 5 x 5 Plus 2 Minus 12 Times 4 Equals??
  18. 18. Learning Outcomes • Research why building resilience can help you succeed in life. • Describe the care needs of individuals through various life stages. • Evaluate how the care needs of individuals relate to Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
  19. 19. Recap- • C1- Outline the nature versus nurture debate in relation to human growth and development ? • What shapes us and how do we become the people we are today?
  20. 20. Resilience Adolescents need to build up resilience what does this mean? When the going gets tough, some people manage to carry on, whereas others are almost overwhelmed. Resilience is the ability to bounce back.
  21. 21. What obstacles has this person faced and overcome on the way to success: • . Who are you researching – what are they known for (include a picture): What has this person achieved : • Can you find a quote from this person that inspires others to be resilient: “ Your name :
  22. 22. Have you met your objectives?
  23. 23. Feedback
  24. 24. Group Creative Task • Produce a spider diagram showing the care needs of an individual during various life stages.
  25. 25. Sleep patterns • Sleep is essential health and well-being. The quality of your sleep affects the quality of your waking life, including your physical energy and your weight. Most healthy adults need between 7.5 and 9 hours of sleep per night to function at their best.
  26. 26. Unit HSC M2 Human Growth and Development Week 5
  27. 27. Time to think……….. • Word square- All that you have to do is make dictionary words of any length from the letters in the grid – the bigger the better! • The only restriction is that the word must contain the central letter. D A T O P N I S O PACT
  28. 28. Learning Outcomes • Identify the terms, statutory care and private care • Describe three services within the NHS • Explain the different types of services available to the individual at different life stages
  29. 29. Recap • C3- Outline significant life events across each life stage. Outline- means briefly describe the main points For example- In infancy you can talk about separation, weaning and toilet training. I would expect a small paragraph.
  30. 30. Statutory Health Care • Quite a lot of health and social care services are provided by the government, we call this statutory- it is provided by law. • The NHS is the main provider of statutory health care in the UK.
  31. 31. Prescription Charges
  32. 32. A day in the life of a hospital……….. • TbOSw
  33. 33. Graffiti Boards-Hospitals • How do hospitals meet the care needs of individuals?
  34. 34. Feedback
  35. 35. Have you met your objectives?
  36. 36. Unit HSC M2 Human Growth and Development Week 5
  37. 37. Time to think………. • Numeracy • Countdown
  38. 38. Learning Outcomes • Identify the importance of measuring BMI • Describe three benefits of a health care plan to a service user • Explain health care services available to support individuals with their weight
  39. 39. Placement Q&A • News from Placements
  40. 40. TUTOR NEWS • FRIDAY 17TH November, • No Dementia Café tomorrow- you will be doing your unit evaluation as independent study • 11.45 to 1.00 Theory Lesson
  41. 41. Recap • C4- Describe care needs of individuals through each life stage You must cover each life stage- consider relating your answer to Maslow and PIES. For example, during childhood it is important to develop a childs social skills by………….
  42. 42. Private Care – Paid for by the person using the service or insurer Private and medical care Private residential care Bupa is internationally renowned for its leading health insurance products and services. Now the largest private health provider in the UK, BUPA has been providing services since 1947 and now serves more than ten million customers in nearly 200 countries
  43. 43. Case Study • Sophie is 56 years old and 5ft 6in ( 1.67 metre) tall over the last few months she has noticed that she has put on weight. She used to weigh 63kg (138 pounds) but she now weights 85kg (187 pounds) and feels very uncomfortable. Sophie is certain that she needs to lose weight. • Lets look at Sophies BMI
  44. 44. BMI • Body Mass Index- This is a measure of the amount of fat in your body in relation to your height. • BMI is worked out using the formula:- Weight in kg (height in m)2 People with BMI’s between 19 and 22 appear to live the longest.
  45. 45. Putting together a health care plan Targets need to be SMART • Specific-clearly stated • Measureable- an amount must be stated • Achievable- the person must feel it is possible to achieve the target • Realistic- you must be able to do it • Time-related- there should be a deadline for reaching the target
  46. 46. Health Care Plan • Put together a Health Care Plan for Sophie Date Need Aim Action Evaluation
  47. 47. BMI BMI Significance Less than 18.5 Underweight 18.5-24.9 Normal 25-25.9 Overweight 30-39.9 Obese 40+ Morbidly Obese Exercise and diet can reduce Body Mass Index (BMI)
  48. 48. Have you met your objectives?
  49. 49. Pharmacist • What services are offered by the local pharmacist? Services offered by the pharmacist Suitable for individuals in which life stage
  50. 50. End of Unit Evaluation-M2 • What were the benefits of holding the Kidz Inc and Dementia Café sessions during this unit ? • Did your lecturer support you with your assignment and help you understand the criteria for this? • Please evaluate your own contribution to the unit in relation to attendance and class participation.
  51. 51. Unit HSC M2 Human Growth and Development Week 5
  52. 52. Return of Armchair Aerobics! • She wears red feathers
  53. 53. Learning Outcomes • Describe three benefits of a residential care home. • Evaluate how health and social care services meet the needs of individuals.
  54. 54. Recap • A1- Explain the impact that significant life events may have on an individual. Explain- provide details about the subject with reasons and give examples. Think about the impact of life events on relationships, health and emotions.
  55. 55. Residential Homes • Why are residential homes important to people in late adulthood? • What makes a good residential home? • Remember the CQC reports.
  56. 56. Children’s Residential Care Home • Care Home
  57. 57. Have you met your objectives?
  58. 58. Group Activity-Benefits of the day centre • Remember our visit to Lockswood Day care centre. • What care needs are being met? • What life stage are the service users at?
  59. 59. Paragraph writing • Using the information gathered answer the following question:- • Explain how a health and social care service meets the care needs of an individual at a particular life stage.