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Explain how to report concerns about the safety and hygiene of equipment or facilities used for personal care.
The regulations which relate to cleanliness, [ hygiene and infection control require service providers to: have appropriate procedures for the control of infection and of clinical waste Ensure premises are kept in a good state of repair externally and internally and are fit for the provision of care provide facilities and equipment to address the needs of the service users and keep a record of
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describe ways to protect an individuals privacy whilst managing continece
Weegy: Keep service users covered up whenever possible. Avoid entering a room while other staff are carrying out intimate and personal care. [ If it is unavoidable, knock and wait. Ensure that items others may need to access are not stored in rooms where intimate and personal care is provided. Consider developing a system that prevents other service users and staff from entering a room while intimate and personal care is being carried out, such as catches that stop doors from being pushed open easily but can be opened in an emergency. Make time when intimate issues, such as continence care, can be discussed with other staff in private. A good example would be at staff handover, which could be held in an office. If you must discuss these issues within the earshot of others, be sensitive about language used, and your tone and volume of voice. Avoid drawing attention to a person’s incontinence, and refrain from speaking about it unnecessarily or in front of people who do not need to know. Enable service users to wear clothing that is easy to take off and put on, and therefore promotes their independence. Allow time for service users to use the toilet to urinate and defecate in private. Provide seating in the bathroom so service users do not have to sit on the toilet to be shaved or have teeth cleaned. Adhere to toileting guidelines and respond promptly to incidents of incontinence. ] (More)
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2.Describe ways to protect an individual’s privacy whilst managing continence
Weegy: Keep service users covered up whenever possible. Avoid entering a room while other staff are carrying out intimate and personal care. [ If it is unavoidable, knock and wait. Ensure that items others may need to access are not stored in rooms where intimate and personal care is provided. Consider developing a system that prevents other service users and staff from entering a room while intimate and personal care is being carried out, such as catches that stop doors from being pushed open easily but can be opened in an emergency. Make time when intimate issues, such as continence care, can be discussed with other staff in private. A good example would be at staff handover, which could be held in an office. If you must discuss these issues within the earshot of others, be sensitive about language used, and your tone and volume of voice. ] (More)
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describe ways in which an individuak can summons help when alone during personal care
Weegy: A panic button or cord can be placed in one's area of residence, in case of an emergency. User: Explain how an individual’s personal beliefs and values may affect the management of continence. Weegy: If you have any sort of contempt for people who are incontinent, or blame them for their problem, you will be a poor caregiver. (More)
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Describe ways to protect an individual’s privacy whilst managing continence
Weegy: Allow plenty of time for service users to use the toilet in private. Avoid going into rooms when toileting is being carried out, unless you are needed. [ Allow service users to make choices as much as possible and be careful your non-verbal behavior is respectful. ] (More)
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Explain how an individual’s personal beliefs and values may affect the management of continence.
Weegy: i hope this pdf will help answer you question (More)
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