Managing risk, minimising restraint

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ranging from... to...
There are many different types of restraint, ranging from active physical interventions to failing to assist a person.
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począszwszy od ... do .../obejmujące

zakres

restraint
Knowing the individual, valuing the views of relatives and working as a team will help reduce the need for restraint
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ograniczenie

Pensioner
"Pensioner missing from care home"
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Emeryt

tie tied
For many people, the word 'restraint' makes people think of residents being tied in chairs or held down with force.
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zawiązany

interfere
A helpful general definition of restraint is: "anything which interferes with, or stops, a resident doing what they appear to want to do
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ingerować

sedative
Chemical restraint This includes residents being given sedative or antipsychotic medication inappropriately, without regular review.
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środek uspokajający

tagging system
Technological restraint A keypad system or electronic tagging system are examples of this. For some residents, this may increase their safety, while limiting the movement of others.
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System znakowania

routinely
Passive restraint An example of this could be when staff routinely tell a resident they should stay sitting down rather than helping them be as independent as possible.
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rutynowo

consent
If the resident can't give consent, it is still acceptable for restraint to be used if:
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zgoda

tagging device
It may be that the resident, relatives and the staff team include a form of restraint into a person's care plan (for example, taking a tagging device out when walking in the neighbourhood) as a way of responding to concerns about the resident's safety.
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Urządzenie tagowanie (oznaczające/nawigające)

witness
If you do witness abusive restraint, you must report this to your line manager or a senior manager within the home as soon as possible.
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świadek

drag
"A staff member dragged a resident by the hair and tied her to a chair."
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ciagnąć

sustain
"A resident sustained bruising to his arms following restraint."
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odnosić (obrażenia)

vital
Some care staff say that they never practise restraint - that it is always wrong under any circumstances. Others say it can be vital, for the resident and themselves
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istotny

run off the feet
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być zabiegany

sedes pokojowy (dla inwalidy)

strap
Catheter bags were strapped to the leg or bed and impeded movement. Anyone who was incontinent was automatically catheterised
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wiązać

incontinent
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nie trzymający moczu

quotes
As these quotes from staff have shown, care practices have changed a lot over the years. A number of practices that would have been seen as reasonable and proper many years ago are now no longer acceptable.
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cytaty

odnoszacy sie do tematu/ istotny

agitate
Dennis needs help to go to the toilet, but with no help being offered from the staff member, he may become agitated and upset as he feels uncomfortable and helpless.
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wstrzasniety

clues
If care staff don't interact regularly with residents we miss important clues about their needs and situation.
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wskazówki

clear signage and simple layouts
Certain elements of the care environment - for example, clear signage and simple layouts - can help people better navigate their way around a care home.
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jasne oznakowanie i proste układy

it is down to you / it is up to you
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to zalezy od ciebie

weigh up
It is down to weighing up the risk and whether the benefits outweigh the risks.
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rozważać

thrashing about
He was constantly thrashing about in the bed. It would have been tempting to sedate him and put up the bed rails
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rzucać się

sedate
He was constantly thrashing about in the bed. It would have been tempting to sedate him and put up the bed rails
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opanowany/uspokoić

consent
When my mum first came to this home, I did sign a consent form for restraining and also to allow her to have pureed foods, because she can't swallow
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zgoda

unsettled
He was very unsettled, very angry with life.
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niepewny/trudny, nerwowy

pile
In Des's case the care workers made a remarkable discovery about his habit of piling furniture high.
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stos

zadowolony

marynarka wojenna

shopkeepers
Chatting to a few of the shopkeepers, seeing the buses come and go, Nell had her routine.
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sklepikarze

pull
She is desperate to leave and constantly pulls at the front door.
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ciągnąć

lashing out
Bill becomes distressed every time after his wife has visited, usually lashing out at staff verbally and sometimes physically.
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naskoczyc na kogosc/nakrzyczec

distressed by
Bill becomes distressed every time after his wife has visited, usually lashing out at staff verbally and sometimes physically.
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zestresowani

withdrawn
Lillian has become quite withdrawn and doesn't participate in any activities at the home.
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wycofane

czujny


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