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L/617/2092 - Risk Taking and Risk Management in Adult Care
This unit will develop your knowledge and understanding of the role of risk-taking and risk management in adult care. As key features of the management of risk you will explore mental capacity and consent.
ANALYSE - to study or examine something in detail (looking at all the component parts of the whole) to discover more about it, i.e., what works well, what does not, how is it beneficial.
A conclusion could follow - what possible changes can be made as an improvement.
EVALUATE - to judge or calculate the quality, importance, or value of something: i.e., why this is used, what purpose or value does it have, does it fulfil its purpose.
A conclusion could follow – to continue with the item, discontinue it, or suggest possible changes
Explain how risk-taking contributes to the achievement of positive outcomes for individuals
Explain the impact of a risk-averse culture on person centred practice and the well-being of individuals. (see below guidance)
Explain how supporting others to balance risks and rights informs practice.
Evaluate the links between consent, risk management and safeguarding
Identify the key provisions of legislation regarding mental capacity and explain how these relate to your service
Describe the support available when mental capacity needs to be assessed
Describe the systems you have in place that support individuals to give informed consent (select two from the list below)
Describe actions to take when consent cannot be gained
Evaluate your own practice in promoting a balanced approach to risk taking and risk management.
Risk-averse culture means a culture that focuses on avoiding all risk and having a ‘safety first approach’ rather than individualised culture taking into consideration of the uniqueness of individuals
Systems include guidelines and procedures within
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