Explain the impact of key legislation that relates to fulfillment of rights and choices and the minimizing of risk of harm for an individual with dementia
1.3 Explain how and when personal information may be shared with carers and others, taking into account legislative frameworks and agreed ways of working
2.3 Explain why it is important not to assume that an individual with dementia cannot make their own decisions
2.4 Describe how the ability of an individual with dementia to make decisions may fluctuate
3.2 Describe how a conflict of interest can be addressed between the carer and an individual with dementia whilst balancing rights, choices and risk.
3.3 Describe how to ensure an individual with dementia, carers and others feel able to complain without fear of retribution
4.1 Describe how to maintain privacy and dignity when providing personal support for intimate care to an individual with dementia
1.1 Explain what is meant by the terms:
1.2 Explain why it is important to recognise and respect an individual’s heritage
1.3 Describe why an individual with dementia may be subjected to discrimination and oppression
1.4 Describe how discrimination and oppressive practice can be challenged
2.1 Explain why it is important to identify an individual’s specific and unique needs
2.2 Compare the experience of dementia for an individual who has acquired it as an older person with the experience of an individual who has acquired it as a younger person
2.3 Describe how the experience of an individual’s dementia may impact on carers
2.4 Describe how the experience of dementia may be different from individuals who have a learning disability, who are from different ethnic backgrounds, at the end of life.
3.1 Explain how current legislation and Government policy supports person centre working.
3.2 Explain how person centred working can ensure that an individual’s specific and unique needs are met
3.3 Describe ways of helping an individual’s carers or others understand the principles of person centred care.