Stroke Care Management scm 301 relates to Sfc qcf unit scm 301 Group Agreement



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Stroke Care Management SCM 301

  • relates to SfC QCF unit SCM 301

Group Agreement

  • Confidentiality
  • Respect
  • Mobile Phones
  • Break times
  • Domestics (Fire, WC)
  • Introductions
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Aims

  • Understand legislation, guidelines and best practice to support stroke care management.
  • Explore the effects of stroke on an individual and provide an understanding of how a person centred approach may support stroke care management
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Learning Outcomes

  • Understand how to support individuals to manage stroke according to legislation, policy and guidance
  • Understand specific communication factors affecting individuals following a stroke
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Learning Outcomes

  • Understand physical changing needs of individuals affected by stroke
  • Understand the impact of the effects of stroke on daily living
  • Understand the associated complications for an individual with stroke
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Legislation

  • National Stroke Strategy (2007)
  • National Service Framework for Older people (2001)
  • National Service Framework For long term conditions (2008)
  • National clinical guideline for stroke (2012)
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Key Themes and Best Practice

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What is mental capacity?

  • Put simply it’s the ability to make a decision
  • A person who lacks capacity is someone who cannot make a decision at the time it needs to be made, because of an impairment in the functioning of their mind or brain.
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The 5 guiding principles

  • an assumption of capacity
  • supporting people to make their own decisions
  • people have the right to make eccentric or unwise decisions
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The 5 guiding principles

  • where someone lacks capacity staff must act in the person's best interests
  • where someone lacks capacity any action we take on their behalf must generally be the least restrictive option
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What are the potential implications of a stroke on someone's mental capacity?

  • What are the potential implications of a stroke on someone's mental capacity?
  • How can we support someone?
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  • relates to SfC QCF unit SCM 301

Stroke and the Brain

  • Stroke and the Brain
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  • relates to SfC QCF unit SCM 301
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Impact of Communication difficulties

  • Frustration, anger, fear
  • Unable to communicate choice
  • Social exclusion/isolation
  • Role changes within the home/society
  • Unable to adapt to new identity
  • Family unable to communicate to their loved one.
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How does stroke effect communication

  • Aphasia
  • Dysarthria
  • Apraxia
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Aphasia

  • Impairment in language
  • Damage to left side of the brain
  • part of the brain responsible for language and communication

Aphasia

  • Depends on which communication centre in the brain in affected
  • Can be divided into two types;
  • Expressive (message out)
  • Receptive/comprehension (message in)
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Expressive aphasia

  • Understanding remains however difficulty in finding words and expressing what they want to say
  • Broca’s area of the brain affected in the left hemisphere
  • May have difficulty ready, writing and naming objects
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Receptive aphasia

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Apraxia

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Dysarthria

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Communication methods and aids

  • Low tech and high tech
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Supported conversations

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Physical effects

  • Mobility
  • Continence
  • Pain
  • Spatial awareness
  • Fatigue
  • Feelings
  • Sensations
  • Swallowing
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ANALYSE…

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  • Real Stories

Presentation

  • Spilt into two teams
  • Each time will be allocated a topic
  • Learning outcome 4
  • OR
  • Learning outcome 5
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Using the knowledge and experience you have gained from completing the other modules prepare a presentation for the other team

  • Using the knowledge and experience you have gained from completing the other modules prepare a presentation for the other team
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You will have access to all your previous power points and your completed workbooks

  • You will have access to all your previous power points and your completed workbooks
  • You will be given a resource pack for your learning outcome
  • You must present your information on flip chart
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Values game

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Active Participation

  • Working in a way that recognises the person’s right to participate in activities and relationships of everyday life as independently as possible.
  • The person is regarded as an active partner in their own care / support rather than a passive recipient.
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  • Evaluation
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