Infection Control and Prevention Presentation/ Classroom Resource/& info for carers re: thrush & UTI

Infection Control and Prevention Presentation/ Classroom Resource/& info for carers re: thrush & UTI

This resource comprises a 37 page presentation, with carefully selected information on each slide to allow discussion relating to in-house ways of working and pertinent issues to your organisation. There are video links relating to C-difficile and thrush, as well a visual about the correct way to wash hands. In addition, there are also two additional short sections to this presentation, relating to denture stomatitis (oral thrush), and UTIs, particularly useful for practitioners in the health and social care sector.
carromba99
BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 11 Psychological Perspective A2 spec content resources

BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 11 Psychological Perspective A2 spec content resources

A 17 page word document booklet for students to make notes, carry our research and take part in activities, recording findings all in the same place. There are eight accompanying PowerPoints to keep interest during delivery, some with embedded videos, others with animation. The complete A2 spec is covered in this package and carries on from the A1 booklet. A2. Application of psychological perspectives to health and social care practice • Behaviourist, e.g. changing/shaping behaviour by operant conditioning. • Social learning, e.g. promotion of anti-discriminatory behaviours and practices, use of positive role models in health education campaigns. • Psychodynamic, e.g. conscious and unconscious mind • Humanistic, e.g. client centred therapy, putting the service user at the centre of care planning • Cognitive, e.g. understanding intellectual development and developmental norms, Therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy and neuro-linguistic programming • Biological, e.g. understanding genetic predisposition to certain illnesses or health-related behaviours. The biology of emotion, impact of substances on behaviour – e.g. effects of drugs and medication. For more Health and Social Care Level 2 and 3 resources, follow me on TES to find them all in the same place with a handy search facility to cut down on time. https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources
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End of Life: Presentation & lesson/ workshop resource

End of Life: Presentation & lesson/ workshop resource

This resource comprises of a 51 page preseantation, outlining the Six Steps Programme for the End of Life Care Pathway Textual information is well-spaced out, and not over-detailed, but sufficient enough to stimulate learning, insight and discussion. Excellent resource for health ad social care students
carromba99
BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 11 Psychological Perspective A1 spec content resources

BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 11 Psychological Perspective A1 spec content resources

A 32 page Word document booklet you can alter and adapt to suit your own teaching style. There are spaces for students notes which accompany FOURTEEN interactive PowerPoints, some with embedded video’s to aid understanding and guidance for activities to apply theory to practice case studies. Every aspect of the BTEC Level 3 Unit 11 Psychological Perspective A1 spec content has been covered, in detail, so students will have a hard coy of organised notes to refer to when they type up their Assignment 1. This is resource package will seriously save you a lot of time! Resources cover A1. Principal psychological perspectives as applied to the understanding of development and behaviour • Behaviourist: role of reinforcement, conditioning, e.g. Pavlov (PowerPoint) and/or Skinner (PowerPoint) • Social learning: effects of other individuals, groups, culture and society on behaviour of individuals, self-fulfilling prophecy, (PowerPoint) role theory, e.g. Bandura. (PowerPoint) • Psychodynamic: importance of the unconscious mind, importance of early experiences, e.g. Freud. (PowerPoint) • Humanistic: Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, self-actualisation, self-concept, self-esteem, e.g. Rogers. (2 X PowerPoints) • Cognitive: information processing, e.g. Piaget (PowerPoint and youtube clips) . • Biological: maturational theory (PowerPoint), importance of genetic influences on behaviour (PowerPoint), influence of nervous and endocrine systems on behaviour (PowerPoint), e.g. Gesell. • Theories of human development: nature versus nurture, continuity versus discontinuity, nomothetic versus idiographic. (PowerPoint) A further booklet covering the rest of Learning Aim A is currently under development. For more BTEC or CTEC Level 2 and 3 resources, follow me on TES to find them all in one place with a handy search facility to cut down on time. https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources Good luck with you’re teaching :-)
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Anxiety : Presentation - Classroom; assembly; PSHE

Anxiety : Presentation - Classroom; assembly; PSHE

This set of resource contains: An informative presentation with stimulating questions, ideas, images and video links Prompts for group/ pair discussions and activities Activities and printable handouts Links for further research and investigation Lots of opportunity for self-reflection, analysis and group discussion
carromba99
BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 11 Psychological Perspective Introductory Booklet

BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 11 Psychological Perspective Introductory Booklet

A seven page Word document booklet, you can adapt or add to, to suit your own teaching style when introducing this unit. It is contains an overview of the unit, the spec and assessment criteria. For resources for BTEC and CTEC Level 2 and 3 resources, including resources for Unit 11. Follow me on TES to find all my resources in the same pace with a handy search facility, to save on time. https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources
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Lesson 1: BTec Health & Social Care Unit 2 - B1 - introduction to Public Sector & NHS.

Lesson 1: BTec Health & Social Care Unit 2 - B1 - introduction to Public Sector & NHS.

BTec Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 2 (examined unit) Section B, Part 1 - Lesson 1 - This is the first in a series of Lessons which I will upload as I complete them. The PowerPoint gives an introduction to Section B through the work of the NHS. There are opportunities for students to reflect on the work of the the NHS, up to date references and a video clip which outlines the work of Health Care Services. There is a worksheet to accompany the Lesson.
SpringwellTeaching
new tec cert BTEC HSC level 1/2

new tec cert BTEC HSC level 1/2

ppt for section a unit 1 human lifespan development this is for the NEW Tech Cert BTEC I have a separate booklet to use alongside the ppt More to come as we are introducing this to provide an alternative to the BTEC first award level 1/2
clair03
Supporting Physical Care Routines for Children Lesson

Supporting Physical Care Routines for Children Lesson

An hour and a half lesson on supporting children’s care routines- focusing on tolet training Lesson plan and powerpoint learning outcomes: Identify what a care routine is Describe how practitioners support children through toilet training Create a reward chart to take into placement to encourage hand washing
StephanieMoriarty123
Safeguarding Lesson

Safeguarding Lesson

A whole lesson, including plan, poweroint and resource Learning objectives: Identify who is responsible for safeguarding Understand the role of practitioners when safeguarding and how this may not occur Understanding responsibilities of whistleblowing Create a plan for your A’s of unit 3
StephanieMoriarty123
Level 5 H&SC: Mandatory Units Bundle #2

Level 5 H&SC: Mandatory Units Bundle #2

This bundle contains the resources for the following mandatory units of the Level 5 Health and Social Care Diploma: Unit 510 - Lead and Manage a Team Unit 511 - Understanding Professional Supervision Practice Unit 513 - Manage health and social care practice to ensure positive outcomes Unit 514 - Safeguarding and protection of vulnerable adults Unit 515 - Lead and Manage Group Living for Adults Unit 516 - Understand safeguarding of children and young people (for those working in the adult sector) Unit 517 - Lead person centred practice Unit 518 - Assess the individual in a health and social care setting
carromba99
Positive Behavioural Support Bundle (Workbook, Learning Resource and Templates)

Positive Behavioural Support Bundle (Workbook, Learning Resource and Templates)

Learning/ information resource & workbook for Unit 540 (Positive Behavioural Support) for Level 5 Health and Social Care Template. Templates included in this bundle include: Activity plan Active support/ task analysis ABC Template Activity and Support plan Blank supervision template forms Communication passport Functional behavioural assessment interview form Outcome focused review Participation record template Participation summary Periodic service review template PBS/ Positive Behavioural Support Plan Positive Monitoring Process
carromba99
H&SC Templates: Positive Monitoring Process

H&SC Templates: Positive Monitoring Process

This resource can be used in conjunction with Unit 540 on Positive Behavioural Support for the Level 5 Health and Social Care Diploma/ and possibly other health and social care units also where relevant.
carromba99
H&SC Templates: Participation summary

H&SC Templates: Participation summary

This resource can be used in conjunction with Unit 540 on Positive Behavioural Support for the Level 5 Health and Social Care Diploma/ and possibly other health and social care units also where relevant.
carromba99
H&SC Templates: Participation record template

H&SC Templates: Participation record template

This resource can be used in conjunction with Unit 540 on Positive Behavioural Support for the Level 5 Health and Social Care Diploma/ and possibly other health and social care units also where relevant.
carromba99
H&SC Templates: Activity and Support Plan

H&SC Templates: Activity and Support Plan

This resource can be used in conjunction with Unit 540 on Positive Behavioural Support for the Level 5 Health and Social Care Diploma/ and possibly other health and social care units also where relevant.
carromba99
H&SC Templates: ABC Template

H&SC Templates: ABC Template

This resource can be used in conjunction with Unit 540 on Positive Behavioural Support for the Level 5 Health and Social Care Diploma.
carromba99
H&SC Templates: Communication Passport

H&SC Templates: Communication Passport

This resource can be used in conjunction with a wide range of health and social care/ & CYP courses. The learner can complete the template as a simulated activity, or in the actual process of reviewing a service user’s communication needs and support requirements. The template includes a broad spectrum of areas that require assessment in relation to communication, and is therefore also a useful teaching resource for areas such as sensory impairment/ dementia and autism.
carromba99
H&SC Templates: Outcome focused review - Unit 513

H&SC Templates: Outcome focused review - Unit 513

This resource relates to Unit 513 on Outcome-based practice for Level 5 Health and Social Care. This resource can be used as a simulated activity, or as a template that can be used to ensure evidence is captured in a way that can be used to meet performance-related evidence requirements succinctly.
carromba99
H&SC Templates: blank supervision template forms

H&SC Templates: blank supervision template forms

This resource comprises of a comprehensive pack of templates that can be used to support a learner enrolled on the Level 5 Health and Social Care Diploma, in particular for Unit 513 on Supervision Practice. These templates are particularly useful where the learner is working in settings or whose role means they do of not have access to the array of forms that are typically used in relation to conducting supervisions.
carromba99
H&SC Template: Active Support/ PBS - Task Analysis

H&SC Template: Active Support/ PBS - Task Analysis

This template can be used by a learner engaged with health and social care units relevant to Positive Behavioural Support and Active Support. The resource includes a completed example and blank template of how to break down tasks into a greater number of steps, that can then be used as an aid to assess specifically the areas where a service user needs greater/ or less support to sucessfully complete an activity. This activity teaches the learner how to ensure that service users are not ‘over assisted’, and are supported in such a way that maximises their independence, and opportunity to grow and develop, and also to support other staff they supervise or manage, to understand and practice these concepts as well.
carromba99