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Student Signature: Received: Date: Date: Division of Health & Social Care Course: HND Health & Social Care (management) Level 5 Year: 2013/14 Student Name: UNIT 7: Social Policy Lecturer’s Name: Dr U Siddiqui Date Issued: 19 th of May 2014 Completion Date:18th of August 2014 Fail Pass Merit Distinction P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 M1 M2 M3 D1 D2 D3 Learning Outcomes: 1 Understand the significant historical and contemporary landmarks in social welfare provision 2 Understand the origins of social policies 3 Understand the impact of social policies on users of health and social care services 4 Be able to carry out an investigation into recent developments in health and social care policy. Comments: Assessor’s Signature:______________ Referred Date:______________ 1 7 2 8 3 9 4 10 5 11 6 12 Late: Yes No Internal Verification: Yes No Learner Feedback Sheet Student Name Assessors Name Qualification HND Health and Social Care Management Level 4 Awarding body EDEXCEL Unit name UNIT 7: SOCIAL POLICY LO 1 Understand the significant historical and contemporary landmarks in social welfare provision AC 1.1 Outline significant historical and contemporary landmarks in social policy Comments P?M? D?R ? AC 1.2 Explain how the changes in ideological approach since 1945 have impacted on contemporary social policies Comments P?M? D?R ? LO 2 Understand the origins of social policies AC 2.1 Analyse the processes involved in the development of a key Act of Parliament Comments P?M? D?R ? AC 2.2 Evaluate different influences on the development of social policy, including ideologies Comments P?M? D?R ? LO 3 Understand the impact of social policies on users of health and social care services AC 3.1 Analyse how social policy is implemented by organisations and practitioners Comments P?M? D?R ? AC 3.2 Explain how the impact of social policy on users of health and social care services can be measured Comments P?M? D?R ? Have all ACs been met by the learner? Yes Is Criterion based feedback given to learner? Yes Overall Assessment Decision Distinction Merit No NO Pass Referral Fail Assessors Signature Dated AC 3.3 Evaluate the impact of a specific policy on users of the relevant health and social care service Comments P?M? D?R ? LO 4 Be able to carry out an investigation into recent developments in health and social care policy. AC 4.1 Evaluate a recent development in health and social care policy Comments P?M? D?R ? AC 4.2 Analyse the differences in formation and adaption of social policy initiatives from other national perspectives. Comments P?M? D?R ? EDEXCEL BTEC HND Health and Social Care Management Unit 7: Social Policy in Health and Social Care Case Study Scenario 1: A national care magazine is running a competition for an article on the significant historical and contemporary landmarks in social policy, and the effects of changing ideology. The prize is in the form of a grant to conduct research into an aspect of health or social care policy in a European country such as the United Kingdom. Using the Scenario complete the following Assessment Criteria to Pass, gain Merit or Distinction in the Assignment. To gain a pass grade the following criteria as shown below need to be completed Task 1.1 Outline significant historical and contemporary Landmarks in social policy Task 1.2 Explain how the changes in ideological approach since 1945 have impacted on contemporary social policies in the UK. To gain a merit grade the following criteria as shown below must be met M1: Evaluate sufficiency and deficiency in provisions according to welfare policy. To gain a distinction grade the following criteria as shown below must be met D1: Describe the distinguishing features of social policy from organisational policy. Scenario 2: The editor of a broadsheet newspaper has read your article and is impressed by your style and understanding of the issues involved. The editor has now contacted you and asked you to produce a report on the links between legislation and social policies. Your report will be published in the politics section of the Sunday edition. To gain a pass grade the following criteria as shown below need to be completed Task 2.1 Analyse the processes involved in the development of a key Act of Parliament. Task 2.2 With reference to Scenario 2, evaluate different influences on the development of social policy, including ideologies. To gain a merit grade the following criteria as shown below must be met M2: Evaluate the roles of different institutions such as Parliament; the European Union and Local Governments etc. To gain a distinction grade the following criteria as shown below must be met D2: Analyze various influences on social policy e.g. movements and pressure groups; campaigns; the media; users of services; administrators etc. Scenario 3: Your manager is impressed with your writing prowess and has asked you to produce a booklet, to be included in the annual report for the trustees for your setting. Your booklet must include all of the following: a) An analysis of the ways in which social policy is implemented by the organization and also the setting. b) An explanation of how the setting measures the effects of social policy on users of the service c) An evaluation of the impact of one policy on the users of the service provided by your setting. To gain a merit grade and a distinction grade, the following criteria as shown below must be met: M3: Compare and contrast different polices on the users of the service provided by your setting D3: By contextualizing your response to a Care Home facility, critically analyses a different social policy to that in the above questions. Scenario 4: You are employed by a national care organization and have been contacted by a member of the trustees. The organization is concerned that implementation of health and social care policy is being managed differently, in different institutions, within the United Kingdom. Your organization would like information on this, to measure its performance against national standards. To gain a pass grade the following criteria as shown below need to be completed Task 4.1 Evaluate a recent development in health and social care for an organization. Task 4.2 Analyze the differences in formation and adaption of social policy initiatives from other national perspectives. To gain a merit grade the following criteria as shown below must be met M4: Provide references from a variety of sources To gain a distinction grade the following criteria as shown below must be met D4: Demonstrate lateral and creative thinking. Resources for learners: Textbooks ? Asbridge L, Lavers S, Moonie N and Scott J – BTEC First Health and Social Care (Heinemann, 2006) ISBN 9780435463328 ? Baldock J, Manning N, Miller S and Vickerstaff S – Social Policy (Oxford University Press, 1999) ISBN 9780198781738 ? Clarke L – Health and Social Care GCSE (Nelson Thornes, 2002) ISBN 9780748770724 ? Eden S – Society, Health and Development Level 1 Foundation Diploma (Pearson, 2008) ISBN 9780435500900 ? Haworth E, Allen B, Forshaw C, Nicol D, Volbracht A and Leach J – Society, Health and Development Level 2 Higher Diploma (Pearson, 2008) ISBN 9780435401030 ? Lovell T and Cordeaux C – Social Policy for Health and Social Care (Hodder and Stoughton, 1999) ISBN 9780340683613 ? Mason L, Horne S and Irvine J – BTEC Introduction Health and Social Care (Heinemann, 2004) ISBN 978435462451 ? Moore S – Social Welfare Alive Third Edition (Nelson Thornes, 2002) ISBN 9780748765614 ? Stretch B and Whitehouse M – BTEC Level 3 Nationals in Health and Social Care Student Book 1 (Pearson, 2010) ISBN 9781846907663 ? Stretch B and Whitehouse M – BTEC Level 3 Nationals in Health and Social Care Student Book 2 (Pearson, 2010) ISBN 9781846907470Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Nationals specification in Health and Social Care Journals and magazines ? Community Care Magazine ? General Social Care Council Codes of Practice Websites www.ageconcern/dignity.asp Age Concern Www.dh.gov.uk Department of Health www.eoc.org.uk Equal Opportunities Commission www.linkability.org.uk Empowering individuals www.skillsforhealth.org.uk Sector Skills Council for the UK Health Sector Submission Guideline ? Work should be referenced ? Sources should be acknowledged fully by referenced books, journals used and URL visited ? All work should be word processed, font size of 12 and font style of Times New Roman/Arial ? Subtitles of the assignment should be in the font size of 14 ? Pages should be numbered in the bottom right hand corner ? Spell check the document and read thoroughly for grammatical errors ? 1.5 Line spacing ? Reference at the end of the assignment ? All paragraphs should be aligned in justified mode The guided word limit is between 2500-4000 words
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