A barrier to health and social care is anything that restricts the use of health and social services by making it more difficult for some individuals to access, use or benefit from.
Gennelle is a 65 year old woman. She lives alone in her own flat. She had a stroke a while ago and now has limited mobility. She uses a walking frame, and her speech is not as clear as it used to be. Gennelle is happy living alone, but isn’t able to get out as much as she would like to. The lift in her building is often out of order and she can’t manage the stairs. Gennelle’s son visits once a month and her daughter takes her shopping once a week. Gennelle spends a lot of time watching television. She feels a bit lonely but doesn’t like to ask for help as she likes to be independent.
Hello, I hope you’re all doing well! I just wanted to let you know that I am available on my work mobile today and tomorrow (Thursday 9th and Friday 10th) up until 4pm if anyone would like a chat or catch up. My Work mobile number is below
If you would like me to give you a call, send me a text with your name and a convenient time for me to phone you and we can have a chat!
From Sadie! x
Understand specific care needs and services accessed by individuals throughout the life stages
Infancy 0-2 years
•Babies and infants
•They depend on parents and/or carers
•Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, Social needs (PIES)
•All PIES need to be met