UNIVERSITY CERTIFICATE IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH, SOCIAL, DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC SUPPORT
Contents Page: Tina Richmond
SWOT Analysis Page 3
Introduction Page 4 – 7
Consent/Confidentiality Page 8 – 9
Condition explanation Page 10
Background – social and medical history. Page 11 –16
Service Model and workplace provision
of care and interventions Page 13 – 20
Conclusion Page 21 – 22
Reference list Page 23 - 24
SWOT ANALYSIS HERE
The author of this case study is Tina Richmond. The author is 40 years old and is a single mother with three children aged 21, 14 and 13. The author enjoys most sporting activities including horse riding, going to the gym and watching her children play football and rugby. The author also enjoys reading and socialising with friends.
The author is currently working as a School Health Support Worker across two different localities. The author has been in her current role for three and a half years. Previously the author worked in a Pupil Referral Unit for a year, supporting young people who were in threat of exclusion from school due to their behaviour. Prior to this the author was a Cover Supervisor in a High school where her main duty was to cover lessons in the absence of the main class teacher.
In her current role the author works with young people aged between 5 and 18 years who are in full time education within a school setting. She works with in a small team offering support to both the individual referred into the service as well as to the family where...