Health and Social Care Year 10 C are values . Period 1 L.O To know, understand and be able to explain how to feed somebody with care. Literacy Target: 6 use capital letters correctly . 14 th March 2014 . Starter: what do you notice about this image? . Feeding .
L.O To know, understand and be able to explain how to feed somebody with care.
Literacy Target: 6 use capital letters correctly
14th March 2014
Amount which is on the spoon, fork. Why?
The speed in which each mouthful is being fed Why?
The type of language used by care worker towards service user. Why?
Serviette needed? Why?
What to look out for? Why?
Challenge yourself: What else?
Infancy are ‘spoon fed’ (4 months +)
Children who are ill and very weak in hospital (4-11)
Adolescents who are experiencing eating disorders. Anorexia can trigger a ‘Cant be bothered’ to eat attitude and in severe cases will need spoon feeding (11-18)
Neurological disease which can cause a swallowing defect. This can happen after a seizure/fit.
Later adult hood (65+) stroke, dementia, mental health
Disability which can affect any life stage. Such as, Spina bifida.
With the person next to you:
One must wear a blind fold. You are the service user. You must assess how comfortable you feel with your partner who is the care worker: speed you are being fed, amount, language used.
Stick your assessment in your book!
If I have given you a green sticker please answer:
Why is feeding considered a care value? Refer to abuse and neglect?
If I have given you a pink sticker please answer:
Why is it important to watch the throat area when feeding a patient?
Now find a partner with the opposite colour to explain your answer. ( 2 mins)