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139841 Level 2 Unit Hsc 026 Essay

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UNIT HSC 026

Implement person-centred
approaches in health and social care

Unit HSC 026

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Unit HSC 026

CONTENTS
Introduction

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Unit Purpose

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Evidence for Learning Outcome 1

ACS 1.1 and 1.2

Commentary for Evidence for ACS 1.1 and 1.2

AC 1.3

Commentary for Evidence for AC 1.3

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AC 1.4

Commentary for Evidence for AC 1.4

Evidence for Learning Outcomes 2 - 6

Evidence for Learning Outcome 2

ACS 2.1 and 2.2

Evidence for Learning Outcome 3

AC 3.2

Evidence for Learning Outcome 4

AC 4.3
Evidence for Learning Outcome 5

AC 5.1
Evidence for Learning Outcome 6

ACS 6.3 and 6.4

Commentary for Evidence for ACS 2.1, 2.2, 3.2, 4.3,5.1 6.3 and 6.4

Evidence for Learning Outcome 3

ACS 3.1 and 3.3

Commentary for Evidence for ACS 3.1 and 3.3

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Evidence for Learning Outcome 4

ACS 4.1 and 4.2

Commentary for Evidence for ACS 4.1 and 4.2

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Evidence for Learning Outcome 5

AC 5.3

Commentary for Evidence for AC 5.3

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AC 5.4
Commentary for Evidence for AC 5.4

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Evidence for Learning Outcome 6

ACS 6.1 and 6.2 5.3

Commentary for Evidence for AC 5.3

Summary of how exemplar evidence for HSC 026 meets the assessment requirements and assessment criteria

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Unit HSC 026

introduction
OCR has reproduced this exemplar candidate evidence to support teachers in interpreting the assessment criteria for the unit HSC 026, Implement person-centred approaches in health and social care. This exemplar evidence should be considered alongside the unit requirements, the Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria. This content has been selected by the OCR Chief External Verifier for the Health and Social Care Diplomas, to illustrate how the assessment criteria are applied, and to provide some commentary on what factors contributed to the final outcome.

The exemplar candidate evidence is intended to demonstrate how criteria have been met and are supported by a commentary. While the exemplars are intended to be useful in interpreting the specification’s Assessment Criteria, they should in no way be regarded as definitive evidence.

This resource is provided for advice and guidance only.

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Unit HSC 026

Exemplar Unit: hsc 026 – Implement
person-centred approaches in health
and social care.
unit purpose
• Introduces the concept of person-centred approaches for care and support • Raises awareness of the required skills to be able to work in a person-centred way • Raises awareness of the required skills to be able to establish consent when providing care or support • Raises awareness of the required skills to be able to encourage active participation • Raises awareness of the required skills to be able to support the individual’s right to make choices • Raises awareness of the required skills to be able to promote individuals’ well-being

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Unit HSC 026

Evidence for Learning Outcome 1
Understand person-centred approaches in health and social care

Assessment Criteria:
AC1.1 – Define person-centred values
AC1.2 – Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person-centred values Extract from Written Questioning:
Written Question: ‘Define person-centred values and explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person-centred values’:
Response:
‘The underlying purpose of “Person-centred values” is to ensure that the individual needing care is placed at the very centre of the decision making process about their life, the services and support they want and need. Therefore, under this strict system, the person is always placed at the very centre of the planning of the care programme required, in that he or she will always be consulted and that his or her views will always come first. Therefore the plan is tailor-made to that particular person, and it should include all aspects of care, from the Social and Health Services, from that individual’s family and from the voluntary sector.

This is the current policy and it applies to those people with learning disabilities, mental health problems, and physical disabilities, to older people who need support, and to young people making their transition to adulthood… To place the person at the centre certain values must be upheld: Individuality (everyone’s differences must be recognised and respected), Choice (for individuals to be able to make own choices and be in control of own life), Privacy (information and activities must be kept confidential), Independence (empowering individuals to do activities for themselves) and dignity (be treated in a respectful way).

It is vital for the social care worker to work using these precise methods to establish the needs and wishes of the individual. This will also mean that individuals will feel empowered and in control of their lives, be more confident about making decisions, will feel valued and respected.’

COMMENTARY FOR EVIDENCE FOR ACs 1.1 and 1.2
• Assessment Method: The assessor has used a clear written question with this learner ‘Define person-centred values…and explain why it is important…’ this encourages the learner to think about the meaning of person-centred values as well as the importance of embedding these in own work practices. The assessment method is valid as it measures the learner’s understanding and knowledge of person-centred values’

• Quality of Evidence: The learner’s response is of a good quality because the learner reflects well own understanding of the purpose of person-centred values: ‘… to ensure that the individual needing care is placed at the very centre of the decision making process about their life, the services and support they want and need.’ The learner also then defines numerous person-centred values including individuality, choice, privacy, independence and dignity. The learner includes good details of the importance of embedding person-centred values: ‘…to establish the needs and wishes of the individual. This will also mean that individuals will feel empowered and in control of their lives, be more confident about making decisions, will feel valued and respected.’

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