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This involves focusing on the end-results or impact that care and support services have on an individual’s life?CorrectIncorrect
Staff practices will need to be reviewed by having supervisions and appraisals to ensure the standard of care being delivered is at the appropriate
standard. It also allows staff to give feedback on the practices that are in place and if improvements could be put in place to benefit the service users?CorrectIncorrect
Line managers promote outcome-based practice by? Choose all that applyCorrectIncorrect
When anyone is working with an adult or young person over the age of 16 and they think that this person may lack capacity to make a specific decision they must undertake a mental capacity assessment in relation to that decision as outlined in Chapter ? of the Code of PracticeCorrectIncorrect
Outcome-based practice can impact on an individual’s life in the following ways. Choose all that apply.CorrectIncorrect
Assistive technology reduces the need for formal health and support services, long-term care and the work of caregivers. Without assistive
technology, people are often excluded, isolated, and locked into poverty, thereby increasing the impact of disease and disability on a person, their family, and society.CorrectIncorrect
Malfunctioning equipment and systems not adapting to changing needs is a?CorrectIncorrect
Assisted technology is giving the service-user independence, control and choice. This is known as?CorrectIncorrect
Javid has dementia and is in a care home. The home has fitted a motion sensor technology to silently alert staff when Javid, moves away from his chair or bed.
This is an example of how assisted technology can be designed to support a service users?CorrectIncorrect
The main concerns around assisted technology is?
Choose all that apply.CorrectIncorrect
A staff member is supporting two individuals with Down Syndrome. The carer is discussing how both individuals have the same needs in terms of care and support, so plan their care around this knowledge. Should they be challenged?CorrectIncorrect
This is a diagrammatic representation of the key components of a programme and the way that actions are intended to lead to outcomes. It helps set out plans and thoughts about what inputs (resources and target groups) will deliver the interventions (projects or programmes), which in turn will produce a set of outputs, outcomes and impactCorrectIncorrect
The logic model is flawed because not enough thought goes into how changes can be made to the service delivery as too much focus is based upon funding and organisational issues?CorrectIncorrect
Success is measured by reviewing services against the outcomes agreed with service usersCorrectIncorrect