The Role of Student Nurse

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ADULT WITH MENTAL HEALTH (DEMENTIA)
Multiagency roles: * Are to work as team to provide effective care in order to meet individual needs of the patient. * Risk assessments and care plans

Safeguarding Intervention * Healthcare workers * Social workers * Police
Multiagency roles: * Are to work as team to provide effective care in order to meet individual needs of the patient. * Risk assessments and care plans

Safeguarding Intervention * Healthcare workers * Social workers * Police
My chosen group is older people with dementia. The context of vulnerability is defined as reduced capacity of a group or individual to anticipate, recover and cope with from the effect of a natural or a man-made danger. Most of the time vulnerability is linked with poverty, however it can also rise when people are lonely, unconfident or insecure, unprotected in the face of stress and risk.
Policy and legislation * Mental Capacity Act 2005 * Equality Act 2010 * Care Act 2014 * Sexual offences Act 2003 * Mental health Act 2007 * Safeguarding vulnerable groups Act 2006

Policy and legislation * Mental Capacity Act 2005 * Equality Act 2010 * Care Act 2014 * Sexual offences Act 2003 * Mental health Act 2007 * Safeguarding vulnerable groups Act 2006

Group
The group I have chosen are elderly people with dementia, because of their illness, they are not able to concentrate, take care of themselves and it also depends on the severity of their condition. Hence this may impact their ability of doing their daily tasks, and this is what makes them vulnerable.

Group
The group I have chosen are elderly people with dementia, because of their illness, they are not able to concentrate, take care of themselves and it also depends on the severity of their condition. Hence this may impact their ability…...

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