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FLORENCE SMYTH 09TH MARCH 2015 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEVEL THREE. Unit 3
ENABLE RIGHTS AND CHOICES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DEMENTIA WHILST MINIMISING RISKS

1. UNDERSTAND KEY LEGISLATION AND AGREED WAYS OF WORKING THAT SUPPORT THE FULFILMENT OF RIGHTS AND CHOICES AND THE MINIMISING OF RISK OF HARM FOR AN INVIVIDUAL WITH DEMENTIA.

1.1 EXPLAIN THE IMPACT OF KEY LEGISLATION THAT RELATES TO FULFILMENT OF RIGHTS AND CHOICES AND THE MINIMISING OF RISK OF HARM FOR AN INDIVIDUAL WITH DEMENTIA.

The key legislations include , Human Rights Act 1998 , Mental Capacity Act 2005 , Adults and Incapacity Act 2000 , Mental Health Act 1995 , Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 and Carers Equal Opportunities Act 2004.Each and every individual is under a legal obligation to work within legislation and work within the agreed ways of organisation ensuring that the individual with dementia gets treated within their human rights protected from any form of abuse and that their dignity privacy and respect is maintained, allowing them to have a choice , make decisions living a fulfilled life while keeping them protected at all times. Individuals who are involved in the care of dementia suffers must always be observing their deterioration so changes can be made to minimise risk to the individual while still protecting their human rights and keeping everything in-line with the key legislation taking health and safety into consideration at all times. Together these legislations form the fundamental rights and freedom for the individual. These affect the rights of everyday life, including they can say or practice their beliefs without being discriminated against and have the right for a fair trial. These rights have limits to ensure that other people’s rights are upheld too, for example, when working in the dementia unit a new resident came in, he became very aggressive…...

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