New amendment has been made to the policies and Practices by Current Legislation and Sector Skills Standards

New amendment has been made to the policies and Practices by Current Legislation and Sector Skills Standards. The Law Commission (2014) asserted that, different factors can influence the Achievement of advancing and expanding the privileges of clients of health and social care benefit which are as per the following: The National Health Service (Charges to abroad guests) directions 2011: According to this control, if any individual goes UK for treatment of any popular ailments he or she won’t have to pay additional cash.
It can inspire the abroad patients to do treatment in UK. The private family focuses directions 2002: Under this control if any beyond words a local location then surely NHS CB and CCG will be educated about it. It will likewise secure the privileges of the kids and guarantee better health. The care quality commission (Registration) Regulations 2009: Under this direction it is compulsory to guarantee the better care to the administration client and it is important to educate about the demise of a client to the quality commission. Wrongdoing and turmoil controls (2007): It will offer assurance to the diverse administration clients if any risk or powerlessness jumps out at them. The understudy bolster Regulations 2011: This direction will give some financial encourage and mental help to the understudies with the goal that they can undoubtedly proceed with their investigation. Sound begin plans and welfare nourishments revision controls 2005: This direction will guarantee better health to the administration clients. It will likewise give vitamin supplements along various meds free of cost. The national medicinal services benefit (coordinate installments) controls 2010: Under this direction it will be conceivable to give or support monetary help to the administration clients which will advance and amplify the privileges of the clients of health and social care benefit.
Security of the classified data act (2006): It will ensure the private data of the administration clients. These variables will give a profound effect on the accomplishment of advancing and boosting the privileges of clients of health and social care benefit.
1.3 How communication between care workers and the individuals contribute to promoting and maximizing the rights of the users of health and social care service
Rosenbaum and Rotor(2013), explained different types of communication between care workers and the individuals are required to promote and maximize the rights of the users of health and social care service which are as follows: Two way dialogue: The care staffs should communicate with the users to know different information, health condition and mental capacity of the users. It can build an interpersonal communication which is necessary for getting the useful information about different rights of the users.Partnership between provider and client: The care staffs should treat the users in a way so that they think the staffs as their best partner in case of treatment. Atmosphere of caring: There should be an effective atmosphere of caring in the social and health care service. This will help the users to express different information which are necessary for the protection of their different rights. Verbal communication: It includes spoken or written words for expressing ideas and thoughts. It can establish a good relationship between the care staffs and the individuals. If the users express their different ideas then it will be very effective for the care staffs to be sincere about the different rights of the users. Non-verbal communication: Different non-verbal communication such as messaging, descriptive phrases can also be used for communicating with the service users. It will develop the understanding of the users which will be easy for the care staffs to protect different rights of the users. Demonstrations of interest: Demonstration of interest can also be very effective way in case of building a sound relationship with the users.
Effective demonstrations can help understand different needs, wants and habit of the users which can contribute to promote and maximize the rights of the users of health and social care service.
TASK 2
2.1 Factors that may contribute to Loss of Independence, non-participation and Social Exclusions for Vulnerable people
Different people face different types of vulnerabilities which have different impact on them. Different vulnerabilities can cause loss of Independence, non -participation and Social exclusions. These should be removed by the care staff of the health and social care service. Smith (2000) claimed some factors that may contribute to loss of independence, non-participation and Social exclusions for vulnerable people are as follows: Lack of opportunities to work: There are not sufficient opportunities of work for different people in the society especially for the adult people. They may think this as a negative factor. Little working opportunities can cause loss of independence, non -participation and social exclusions. Fear: There are many people in the society who feel fear for a little cause in many things.
They cannot cope up with the different vulnerability which can occur to them. They often wants friendly environment. Too much Fear for many things can cause non -participation and social exclusions. Lack of education and skills: All persons have no same level of education and skills for doing something. For that reason, they may feel them as incapable in case of any participation that accelerates social exclusions. Childhood deprivation: Many people are deprived of many things from their childhood. This deprivation can contribute too many exclusions and non-participation. Disrupted families: The persons who are disrupted from their families can develop a strong vulnerability among them. They feel ashamed in case of participating in a social matter that can cause loss of independence to them. Inequalities in health: All people are not capable of maintaining same level of health and mental conditions. These factors can promote their loss of independence and non-participation.