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OCR Unit 2 Health & Social Care Revision

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Below are a number of revision booklets linked to Unit 1. Upload and work through these so that you have a clear understanding of the style of questions you may be asked in the examination. ‘Get your teacher to give you feedback on your answers.’

HWK – Revision tasks 1

HWK – Revision tasks 2

Question Booklet 1

Question Booklet 2

Revision Booklet 1 – Unit 2

Revision Booklet 2 – Unit 2

Revision Booklet 3 – Unit 2

Revision Booklet – Unit 2 Understanding Personal Development and Relationships

Tasks Linked to Social Class Unit 1

Task sheet social mobility Social Class Unit 1

Below are Past Papers linked to OCR examination for Unit 2 and the Mark Scheme to tell you what the answers should be.

1. Unit 2 – Jan 2010 Past paper 

2. Unit 2 – Mark Scheme – Jan 2010

3. Unit 2 – June 2010 Past Paper

4. Unit 2 – Mark Scheme – June 2010

5. Unit 2 Jan 2011  Past Paper

6. Unit 2 – Mark Scheme Jan 2011

7. Unit 2 – June 2011 Past Paper

8. Unit 2 – Mark Scheme June 2011

9. Unit 2 Jan 2012  Past Paper

10. Unit 2 – Mark Scheme Jan 2012

11. Unit 4 June 2012 Past Paper

12. Unit 4 – Mark Scheme – June 2010

13. Unit 4 – Jan 2011 Past Paper

14. Unit 4 – Mark Scheme – Jan 2011

15. Unit 4 – june 2011 Past paper

16. Unit 4 – Mark Scheme – June 2011

17. Unit 4 Jan 2012 Past Paper

18. Unit 4 – Mark Scheme – Jan 2012

19. Unit 4 June 2012 Past Paper

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H&SC OCR Unit 4 Safeguarding and Protecting Individuals

Unit 4 Theory and Revision Booklet – safeguarding and protecting individuals

Clients often feel distressed because they do not feel in control of the situation they find themselves in.  They need protection from harm.  In this unit you will learn about who is in need of protection because they are vulnerable.  This might include:

  • children
  • children in care
  • older people
  • people with disabilities
  • people with learning difficulties
  • people with mental illness
  • people who reside in care settings.

The effects of ill-treatment or abuse can cause clients to blame themselves for what is happening. It can result in:

  • lack of confidence
  • withdrawel
  • demonstrating abusive behaviour towards others
  • low self-esteem/self-concept
  • difficulty in communicating with others
  • a change in personality.

We will look at how ill-treatment and abuse and how this affects both the individual and the wider society.

Abuse – How can children be ill-treated or abused

Abuse –What is abuse – 1

Abuse – 2 Other types of possible abuse (sexual and financial)

Abuse – 3 Disabled People in the Care Setting

What is Neglect (PIES)

Protecting an individual includes empowering them or allowing the client to have as much control over their lives as possible. It involves helping them to participate in decision making and activities, respecting their opinions and providing choice.

If an individual is ill treated, the whole of society can be affected because more individuals will become dependent on others and there will be fewer people to take responsibility.  This could result in more people not wanting to work and fewer people being prepared to take responsibility in the community. In the long term this could lead to increased crime and lower standards of achievement in schools.  It could lead to abuse of alchol and drugs with individuals losing self-respect and feeling worthless, which in turn would lead them to inactivity and poverty.  Protecting and safeguarding individuals means promoting a positive attitude within each person. The diagram below outlines how this can be achieved.

Unit 4 – Infection Control – Hygiene in hospital

 

Unit 4 Infection control – plenary bingo

Unit 4 – Disposal of waste – infection control

Unit 4 – How to recognise potential risks in the care setting

Unit 4 First Aid Practice

H&S and COSHH

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GCSE Health and Social Care Unit 1 – Health, Social Care and Early Years Provision)

Scheme of Work (DS)

Introduction – Research Brief & Task list

Introduction – Task list continued

DATABASE Policy lists – Glossary

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Week One PPT – Introduction to the Unit (VC)

Week One PPT Maslow’s pyramid (DS)

Week One PPT Health Social Care and Early Years Provision (DS)

Week One  PPT- Group display HSC (DS)

Week Two PPT- To understand that HA’s and LA’s assess the care needs of the local population(VC)

Week Two DATABASE Policy lists – Glossary

Week Three PPT – How to plan and write up a questionnaire using ICT skills (VC)

Week Four PPT –  Understanding different methods of referral and client empowerment(VC)

Week Four PPT – Referrals to H&SC (DS)

 

Week Four Case Study links ‘Every Child Matters’

Week Four Case study- Early Years Provision  – Child behavioural problems

Week Four Case Study – Early Years Provision – Autism

Week Four Case Study – Early Years Provision – ADHD

 

Week Four  Case Study – Health Care – The Benefits of Making a Dietitian Referral

Week Four PPT – Identifying barriers that might prevent people from making use of services (VC)

Week Four PPT – Identifying ways in which services and individuals they serve, might overcome these barriers (VC)

Week Four Resources – Knottingley’s New Medical Centre

Week Four Resources – Knottingley’s Public Health

Week Five – PPT 1 Care Value Base (DS)

Week Five – PPT 2 Care Value Base (DS)

Week Five – PPT 3 Care Value Base –  How would a client use these services (VC)

Week Five Resources – Putting People First

Week Five PPT – Developing awareness and understanding of poor integration of services (VC)

Week Five Resources – News article – The Health Care Lottery

Week Five  Resources – News article – Mothers and fathers will be forced to pay as much as

Week Five PPT – What services are available (VC)

Week Five PPT –  Understanding the differences between statutory, private and third sector provision (VC)

Week Five PPT – How are care services linked

Strategies for people in residential homes

Early Schools Provision – Childrens Plan 21st Century

A_Stronger_Foundation_Briefing_(Policy to tackle barriers for travelling children)

Policy for promoting positive behaviour in primary schools

Old people care homes

Caring for old people – policy documents

Student Voice – helping children to overcome barriers in school

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GCSE Health and Social Care Unit 2 – Understanding Personal Development and Relationships

Revision Booklet – Unit 2 Understanding Personal Development and Relationships

Unit 2 – PPT Revision all

Revision – Self concept questions

Revision – Relationships questions

Revision – Pies questions

Revision – Life Stages questions

Revision – Life Events questions

Revision – Factors that affect growth and development questions

AfL Self Assessment – Quiz Answers

Starter – Different Relationships

EXAMPLE SHEET – Spider diagram – life events

POWERPOINT – Expected life events

THEORY SHEET – Effects on Personal Relationships

WORKSHEET – Life Stages Revision Questions

WORKSHEET – Life Stages revision aids information sheet

WORKSHEET – Life Events and life stages table

STARTER – mind map parts for self concept

FUN WORKSHEET – Self-concept – snakes and ladders game

STARTER – Self Concept

POWERPOINT – Revision – self concept

WORKSHEET – Mind map responses self concept

THEORY SHEET – How parents can affect Self concept