1.3. Give examples of who would access different types of service provision

Qualification: Level 1 Diploma in Introduction to Health and Social Care
Unit: 1.1: Understand the range of service provision and roles with health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare
Learning outcome: 1. Know the range of service provision available in health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare
Assessment criteria: 1.3. Give examples of who would access different types of service provision

  • Community based services for adults – smokers, adults with mental health conditions
  • Community based services for children and young people – teenagers, children and parents
  • Domiciliary services for adults – adults that need support to live in their own home
  • Domiciliary services for children and young people – children that need support with daily living tasks
  • Day services for adults – adults with learning disabilities or autism
  • Residential services for adults – elderly individuals
  • Residential services for children and young people – children who are unable to live with blood relatives
  • Early years – preschool children (birth to 5 yrs)
  • Children’s care learning and development – children and teenagers
  • Tele-care – elderly people that need additional support and reassurance (e.g. dementia etc.)
  • Extra care – elderly people that need additional support and reassurance (e.g. dementia etc.)
  • Supported housing – individuals with autism, learning disabilities, physical disabilities or mental health conditions
  • Supported employment – adults with disabilities
  • Self-directed support – adults with disabilities
  • Acute hospital services – anyone that has an urgent serious injury or illness
  • Community hospitals – local residents that require treatments
  • General practitioner services – individuals that are unwell or injured (non-urgent)
  • Pharmacy in hospitals and community – individuals that require or have been prescribed medicine
  • Substance misuse services – individuals with drug addictions and their families
  • Complementary healthcare – individuals that would like to try altenative therapies fo a health issue

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